Bytedance tests music-streaming app Resso in India and Indonesia
Posted on: 11 décembre 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

Bytedance has begun testing its new music-streaming service Resso in India and Indonesia. Music Ally received a tip-off yesterday about the app’s availability, and began researching it, but since then Bloomberg has published a report claiming that the new app has been downloaded 27k times since its stealthy launch, but also suggesting that Resso has yet to seal licensing deals with the three global major labels.
“Resso is currently in a beta testing phase. We are optimistic about its long-term prospects but we are still very early in the process and only in a limited number of developing markets,” is the quote from Resso’s spokesperson. Happily, there’s a fair amount of information on what the app does and how its business model works online already (translation: we’re not letting our cyber-sleuthing yesterday go to waste!)
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