UC Browser Partner With Hungama To Provide Over 2 Millions Songs Collections

UC Browser, one of the most widely used web browser over mobile platform has announced a addition of new feature to its list, and if you are a music lover then UC Browser is going to provide another reason to love and use it. To company has announced its tie up with India’s leading digital entertainment service Hungama Music. Starting today, for the next 6 days, users of UCWeb get to download from Hungama’s exhaustive music library of over 2 million tracks.

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It means for next six days you will be able to listen not just Bollywood music but if you are a followers of other streams of music such as regional, devotional, western, pop and EDM music, then also Hungama has sufficient amount of tracks for you.

Kenny Ye, MD, UCWeb India says,“We are constantly striving to reshape the mobile lifestyle of our users. We are the No. 1 mobile browser in India, with exhaustive local content across different categories including cricket and entertainment. This partnership will give our users high quality and select content, entertainment and experience possible through a mobile browser. We want to redefine what users can do with a mobile browser.”

Mr. Siddhartha Roy, CEO of Hungama.com said, “With Hungama Music being the biggest streaming service in the country and UC Browser being the No. 1 mobile browser in India, it was an association waiting to happen. It gives a brilliant opportunity to UC browser users to get access to Hungama’s comprehensive music service across genres.”

Roohi Rana

Roohi is a student of Mass Comm. at GGSIPU, and has worked with some big media houses like Hindustan Times and Times Internet in past, she always loves to try new apps and at TechnoArea, she will be taking care of apps review section, her favorite apps of all time are WhatsApp, Walnut and yes Tinder as well ;).

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