Announcing: LiveList For Android and New Embeddable Player

With live music being played and watched all around the world – from big arenas to remote towns – we want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to tap into live music experiences wherever they are. That’s why today we’re announcing two product updates aimed at reaching music fans everywhere.

LiveList for Android

We are excited to announce that LiveList is now available in the Google Play Store.

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For those of you who have been wanting to use LiveList on-the-go and haven’t been able to because it has been iOS only – thanks for your patience! Please let us know if you have any feedback.

The LiveList Player

We are also announcing The LiveList Player, an embeddable experience for partners that combines live music performances from any live streaming source or platform all in one place. The Player is customizable based on any type of live music content a partner wants.

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For instance, are you a music blog and want more video content for your community but you can’t produce it all yourself? Our team can create a list of all upcoming electronic music live streams and puts them into a player you can put anywhere on your blog. No tech expertise required. Simply copy and paste the link to the player and place it wherever you want.

We have been testing The LiveList Player with a handful of partners over the last couple of months and have seen people spend an average of over 26 minutes watching shows from those partner sites.

Interested? Reach out! We’d love to work with you and find even more ways to share more live music with fans around the world.

 

 

 


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