Mobile music app Bloom.fm has launched on Android.
The service, known for it's unique £1 per month subscription option, already has an iOS version that launched at the turn of the year.
The new, free Android version of the app is compatible on over 3000 smartphone and tablet devices and is only 2MB in size.
Oleg Fomenko, CEO of Bloom.fm said: “Bloom.fm has been hugely popular with iOS users since its launch in January, with well over 250,000 people now enjoying our 22 million tracks. We’re delighted to finally bring the service to Android users – they’re typically younger so we think our £1 a month subscriptions will be very well received.”
Thong Nguyen, CTO of Bloom.fm added: “It took us a bit longer to develop because we wanted to make sure the Android experience would be as good as it is on an iPhone. We think it was worth the wait – we want Bloom to be your default music player and we hope everyone will appreciate the attention to detail. It’s actually better than the iOS app in some respects”.
Bloom.fm has over a quarter of a million registered users.