Xiaomi will bring MI Music, MI Video application to India


After capturing the Indian smartphone market, Xiaomi has now launched Mi Music, Mi Video apps in India. The company has made these apps available since Wednesday. My video app will be available from next week though. Both apps are not entirely new but have been introduced in the refreshed version to compete with competing apps. In this video users will enjoy Sunlive, Hangama Play, Voot, Altbalaji, G5, View and TVF under one roof.

Xiaomi says it will deliver 500,000 hours of content, 80 percent of which is free. At the same time, Hangama Music has teamed up for Mi Music. It will provide millions of free music users in 13 languages. At the same time, if you want to download songs from it to play offline, you need to take an annual Hangama Pro subscription of Rs 899.

MI Video has a one-tap cast feature, which can be enjoyed via a smart TV connection from the phone. It supports DLNA and Miracast. The application supports AVI, MP4, MOV, MKV, MKA, MPEG and M2TS formats. Also, it has been subtitled, has multiple audio tracks and personal folding features X Shiomi said, “Over time both apps will change. For new features, we will take action according to our fans.

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