Music streaming company ROXi has launched a new TV music app that it promises to be the “Netflix for Music”.
The app, available for free with ads, provides access to music videos, albums, individual songs, karaoke, and music games. TV Music app launches on Sky Q, Fire TV, Android TV and Google TV on Sony Bravia, Panasonic, Philips, Toshiba TCL, HiSense and Shield compatible smart TVs and set-top boxes with Samsung TV and more to follow.
ROXi is run by entrepreneur Rob Lewis and is supported by pop stars Kylie Minogue and Robbie Williams. Lewis added that the company intends to roll out the service to 500 million TVs worldwide in the future.
CEO Lewis said: “With Britons spending a record £ 9bn on music, videos and games, we are now ready to harness this cultural trend with the launch of the new ROXi TV Music app. ROXi is the only service offering free music videos, karaoke and games to consumers with access to all original music videos, albums and songs, 70 million music recordings, exclusive music video channels for all moods and all occasions, 140,000 pieces of karaoke and interactive musical games. “
To celebrate the company’s move to freemium, ROXi is offering over one million ROXi karaoke microphones for free to new users of the ROXi TV Music app.