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Xiaomi Mi Music app removed from Google Play Store



Xiaomi Mi Music Google Play Store

Xiaomi has silently removed its Mi Music app from Google Play Store. The app was used to stream music and play songs on Xiaomi’s Android devices.

China-based phone maker launched the Mi Music app in partnership with the Indian entertainment company Hungama in 2018 to provide music streaming to its customers.

Archived pages on the web suggest that the app had more than 1 billion lifetime downloads. The app had over 4.1 ratings with over ‎2,356,185 votes on the Android app distribution platform.

Xiaomi Mi Music Google Play Store

Its Play Store description reads “Get unlimited access to millions of music, curated playlists, and content from your favorite artists. This is the music app for you to listen to online and offline music. What’s more? Hit music for free

Main features of Mi Music:
• Find streaming, hit music, and play songs
• Play any mp3, song, and music online and offline
• My own music does matter: create and listen to your own playlists”

However, its app link is now invisible on Play Store. It shows “We’re sorry, the requested URL was not found on this server.” This indicates that Xiaomi either removed the Mi Music app or it’s removed by Google Play Store.

However, an official clarification from Xiaomi is yet to come on this matter.

(via – Techcrunch)

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