Deezer Expands It’s Music Services Towards Smart TV’s.

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Deezer Expands It’s Music Services Towards Smart TV’s.

An online music service that delivers a multi-local music experience towards more than over 26 million music fans worldwide, Deezer, has just recently announced that its music streaming application will now become available for a multitude of Bang and Olufsen Smart television, these include the BeoVision 11, BeoVision 12 New Generation, BeoSystem 4 and BeoPlay V1.

Ban and Olufsen.

This also means that Ban and Olufsen customers will receive access towards some of the most highest of quality music available, with nothing but a simple click of their remote controls, with instant demand and access to over 30 million tracks in more than 180 countries.

Deezer Premium packages has been price tagged at S$5.99 (US$4.71) and Premium plus price tagged at S$9.90 (US$7.9).

The startup was initially founded during 2006 and was previously known as blogmusik back then. If now boast to have gained over 16 million monthly active users and over five million paid subscribers worldwide.

Deezer.

Deezer is differentiated from other music streaming services by helping emerging artist get heard through the work of their music editors. Unlike that of other digital music services that tend to heavily rely upon algorithms to make recommendations, over 20 percent of Deezer global team are employed to search out and recommend the very best music to come out. This added touch of the human element can be sense when local experts editorial recommendations based on their experience of local culture.

Deezer will also become available on Smart TV’s from other tech companies, such as Sony, Samsung, LG, Toshiba, Western Digital, Panasonic, Philips, and NetRange.

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