Dutch-American classical music streaming service Primephonic, which says that its ‘mission is to make classical music more accessible’, has added offline capabilities in the US.
Available for both iOS & Android customers, Primephonic users will now be able to download tracks to listen offline.
Launched in September 2018, the company offers 1.5 million tracks streaming in 24-bit and currently hits 150,000 downloads this month.
Primephonic is available on iOS and Android and offers a free 14 week trial, with a full subscription priced at $7.99/month or $79.99/year.
“We’re excited to continue to grow within the streaming industry, without ever losing sight of our number one goal – serving the classical music fan.”
Thomas Stevens, Primephonic
“At Primephonic, our goal has always been to give classical music fans the ability to enjoy the genre within the convivence of the digital age,” said Thomas Stevens, CEO of Primephonic.
“Following our launch, an obvious next step was to include an offline streaming capability that increases the ease at which our customers can experience the quality streaming experience that Primephonic offers.
“We’re excited to continue to grow within the streaming industry, without ever losing sight of our number one goal – serving the classical music fan.”Music Business Worldwide