SOURCE: Naxos of America, Inc.
December 20, 2010 13:43 ET
Naxos Music Library Announces the Release of Its Android™ Application
FRANKLIN, TN--(Marketwire - December 20, 2010) - On December 27, 2010 the world's largest collection of streaming classical, jazz, wind band, choral, classic rock, nostalgia and world music, the Naxos Music Library (www.naxosmusiclibrary.com), will launch a new Android™ Application which will allow subscribers remote access to the entire Naxos Music Library.
The NML Android™ App is designed for today's music lover and will offer subscribers the portability they require in streaming music. Allowing full site navigation and completely free to download, the App enables users to build individual playlists on the NML website, and then stream these playlists anytime, anywhere through his or her Android™ device. NML users of all subscription types can listen to both their personal playlists and those created by an account administrator through this new App. The App will only be available through the Android Market at http://www.android.com/market.
Additional information about the new Android App and the already released iPhone App is available on the Naxos Music Library blog (http://NaxosMusicLibrary.Blogspot.com).
About Naxos Music Library:
Created by pioneers of the value-priced CD industry -- the independent classical music label Naxos and its Chairman Klaus Heymann -- Naxos Music Library is a streaming audio music education resource that features recordings from more than 250 prestigious independent labels, including ARC, Avie Records, BIS, Bridge, Cantaloupe Music, Chandos, Delos, Dacapo, Haenssler Classic, Hungaroton, Opera Rara, PentaTone, Phoenix Edition, Sun Records, V2, Wigmore Hall Live, and others.
Naxos Music Library launched in 2004 with only a handful of titles and labels, but it quickly grew under the Naxos philosophy. With over 705,000 tracks of music, powerful tools to stimulate music education and research, the daily addition of new releases, and remote access, Naxos Music Library continues to set the industry standard in streaming classical music education.