Soundstripe has officially rolled out its new mobile app, enabling creators to discover, save, stream and download unlimited music from the company’s catalog while on the go. The app is currently available for iOS in the App Store and will release for Android on Google Play in the coming months.
The Soundstripe app is designed for ease-of-use, with a simple interface for exploring its diverse catalog featuring thousands of high-quality tracks across dozens of genres, all of which are clear for unlimited use on any platform, from YouTube to TikTok to broadcast and film.
“We started Soundstripe with the goal of providing the world’s best royalty-free music catalog that was super easy for creators to use,” said Travis Terrell, Co-founder and Co-CEO of Soundstripe. “The new Soundstripe mobile app is a big step forward with that vision, as creators can now access many of the same features they love with Soundstripe’s web experience in a native mobile app, while being able to stream, save, and share Soundstripe songs and playlists on their device, boosting their productivity while away from their computers.”
Users can simultaneously search and filter songs by mood, characteristic, genre, instrument, energy, and more. They can also browse playlists that match their search criteria. The app also features a scrollable waveform that speeds up the process of examining a song’s sonic characteristics, a feature that will help creators save time searching for the right track. Additionally, users can favorite tracks, create and manage playlists, download music to their device, and easily share songs with others.
“Creators are inherently mobile, and we’re excited to launch this product that is specifically there for them, where they need it most,” adds Lauren Cutrell, VP of Product at Soundstripe. “Whether they are at the gym, in an Uber, or anywhere else inspiration may strike, our music and features will be there as an essential part of their continuous, creative workflow. I look forward to getting feedback on the app from our creator community and continuing to serve them with the best possible features and tools.”
For more information or to sign up, visit soundstripe.com.
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