Romanian video sharing website Trilulilu has launched an application called Zonga that offers access to the most comprehensive legal music collection in Romania, according to a press release of the company.
Zonga is a music player that users can install on their computer or mobile phone in order to listen to music and can do so even in the absence of internet access.
“The most important feature of Zonga is that you listen via streaming, without downloading the files in the computer,” says Sergiu Biris, owner of the Trilulilu website.
Zonga was developed over a period of 2 and a half years by a team of 6 people.
Trilulilu estimates 150,000 users for Zonga. The investments it will place into communication amount to EUR 500,000 this year.
The content is entirely legal and all the important record companies in Romania, including international ones such as Universal Music, Sony Music, Warner Music, EMI are involved in the project.
At the moment, Zonga offers access to 1,700 hours of music and over 5,800 artists. Finally, Zonga will comprise over 1.5 million songs.
Zonga will be available on mobile devices such as iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android phones. It is also connected to Facebook, YouTube and Trilulilu.
At the moment, Zonga is available in the BETA version for 500 users who were invited to test the product and will officially be launched in April.