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Saavn brings its music streaming app to Windows Store

Saavn for Windows app brings the same aesthetics of its iOS and Android counterpart and adds support for live tiles.

Written by Karthekayan Iyer | New Delhi |
Updated: August 30, 2015 1:39:53 pm
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Saavn has brought its music streaming service to Windows Universal platform. The app is now available to download from Windows store. Saavn for Windows Phone devices will launch later this year when Microsoft announces Windows 10 mobile.

The Saavn for Windows app brings the same aesthetics of its iOS and Android counterpart and adds support for live tiles. Users of the app can resize the Saavn app tile and even snap it while working on other apps.

It is not the same app ported from Android or iOS. The universal app is developed with Microsoft tools. Saavn will bring the app to Xbox and other Windows Universal platform like Hololens. While Saavn spokesperson didn’t comment on bringing the app to other Windows platform but the Windows Mobile is under work.

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The new universal app will be available only on Windows 10 and not Windows 8.1. Saavn for Windows doesn’t support social features and doesn’t come with Pro account. The company is looking at bring these features in future.

With Saavn for Windows, Saavn aims to make cross platform music streaming an easy affair.

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