Spotify and Tidal are not here in this part of the world yet, but here are 5 app that are already doing a pretty good job as far as streaming music goes.
5 home-made music apps to keep you jamming up
Music is a part of everyday life, plus the better the content you can get, the more enjoyable the experience.
1. Star Music App.
This app is from the stable of Nigerian Breweries, makers of the very famous Star Lager Beer. The app allows users to stream and download music from local artistes, watch music video and also serves as an entertainment hub for all this gist and new in the Nigerian entertainment scene.
From the people behind iROKOtv, iROKO Partners, the iRoking music app lets users dowload latest songs, music videos and share tracks. There's also an ofline listening option that comes with its premium subscription.
NotJuskOk from NotJustOk.com, allows free music streaming and download straight from the NotJustOk.com website. NotJustOk is a local aggregator and independent promoter of Nigerian acts and songs.
Spinlet lists releases from African artistes. Spinlet has a free offer with limited ad-supported access to its catalogue and a premium service that grants unlimited access and offline listening.
Wynk Music indexes over 20 million songs and and music videos from local and international music artistes. The app allows free streaming and is being promoted by Airtel Nigeria.
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