British-based streaming service rara.com has announced new apps for Apple devices as well as ‘switching on’ seven new countries.
Along with iOS versions of its app for iPhone, iPod and iPad, rara.com has developed apps for Windows 8 devices as well as updating its Android app and web service.
Arriving in seven new territories, rara.com now has a global footprint in 27 markets, increasing its catalogue of licensed music to 18 million tracks.
”I am pleased to announce today that rara.com has made a significant step-forward in the execution of its roll-out strategy and can now be enjoyed in more places, on more devices, with more music and with more partners,” said CEO of rara.com Nick Massey.
“Rara.com gives you the music you feel like listening to without you having to know the name of every track you want to play. Our expert team of musicologists hand curate rara.com’s channels and playlists bringing you music for every mood.
“Available today on web, Windows 8, iPhone, iPad and Android, rara.com’s beautiful user interface makes it easier to play the music you love wherever you are, whenever you want, with no annoying adverts.”