Next time you are in need of an app for African and Nigeria music streaming, maybe you should try Las Gidi Tunes. Developed by Femi Ashafa of Shaf2k Studios, Las Gidi Tunes is a music service for streaming, downloading and discovering Nigerian and African music.
Loving the Las Gidi Tunes app! Check it out!
— divinetouchartistry (@dtouchartistry) November 15, 2013
The app lets you create, share and access others playlists and also give you the opportunity to interact with other users on the app. You can also find out what’s new on the Nigerian and African music scene with Las Gidi weekly top 20.
With a well-designed user interface and simple ease of access, you can navigate through the app to your favorite music or music video and play it everywhere you go or download it for keeps.
The app, though consumes a lot of data, is pulling good reviews from users on Google play store.
The version of 2.3 of the app comes with a playlist generator that continuously generates new song randomly and sorts your playlist by recently updated.
The Las Gidi app requires you to sign up with your email address or your social media accounts on the app or on their website to enjoy all their offerings. The app is completely free to use.
With 5,000 thousand installs, the 1.6-megabyte app requires Android 4.0 and above operating system to install
new music #lasgiditunes: @IAMOREZI – Whine For Daddy feat. @alhajitekno – LINK: https://t.co/owyG3tkbYY pic.twitter.com/5pBecYBlMA
— lasgiditunes #EndSars (@lasgiditunes) February 9, 2018
The on-demand music streaming industry both in Nigeria and in the world at large has never been more crowded. As more and more music lovers shy away from physical recordings in favor of massive online music libraries, music streaming services keep popping up, each offering a varied amount of songs and features. To make an impact in this industry you surely need to be at your very best with the service offering.
The question is can Las Gidi Tunes compete with the likes of Spotify, apple music, and Google play music? Download the app from the Google play store, try it out, and drop your answers in the comment section below.
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