Qello, a streaming HD concert app, is being offered on Apple’s iOS platform, giving Apple users access to a library of concert films and music documentaries.
Expanding its offering, Qello recently inked a partnership deal with EMI, one of the world’s leading music labels, adding prominent artists to the library such as Coldplay, Radiohead, Gorillaz, Norah Jones, and other titles.
The EMI concerts will be available to stream on Qello within the next few weeks. Eagle Rock, a producer of HD concert films and music documentaries, is also a key partner.
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Qello CEO Brian Lisi says, “Qello represents a new dimension in HD concert entertainment that offers music lovers an easy-to-use way to engage in the live music experience whenever they want to – on any iOS device.”
Now, with the Qello app on iOS, music fans can enjoy music on their iPhone, iPad, on their Mac with the web app, and for a truly immersive home entertainment experience, on their Apple TV with Airplay.
Qello users can search the catalog by genre, decade, or artist name. For further discovery, Qello’s Recommendations tool scans a user’s iTunes library and suggests shows they are likely to enjoy.
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Also, Qello Setlists allows users to design and share the concert experience. Whether they want to create an all-star rock concert with The Black Crows, The Doors, and Jeff Beck, or a dinner party set list with live concert moments from crooners such as Joss Stone, John Mayer, and Elvis Costello, Qello makes the process effortless, says the company.
Qello’s free download is loaded with one track from every show, as well as Qello TV, a continuous stream of concert footage. For unlimited access to every concert in the entire vault, from the open to the encore, Qello offers an All-Access subscription for $4.99 per month. The announcement was made today, May 8.
Qello is a cloud-based digital syndication service that streams HD-quality content to users across all new media devices using its proprietary platform.