renamed China (eName.cn) August 26th hearing, "music" is a kind of art to reflect real life human emotions, but also ease the pressure, relax the mood, edify sentiment way. Along with the people living and entertainment center transfer to the mobile Internet, in other areas to fight strong BAT three giants, to follow the cool dog, everyday sounds, such as the expansion of mobile phone, cool Migu music APP territory, and the brand name is also staged a Rainbow Night pattern.

figure: the second quarter of this year, the music APP market share of

The music in the mobile phone market share data released to

map transit Institute, has a market share of 32.81% of the cool dog music, accounted for nearly 2/3 of the market. Although cool music 16.76% has a huge user base and 11.61% QQ music, but still lost a third season The Voice of China backed TTPOD (19.53%). In addition, meters music, Baidu music and music Migu, occupy 7.84%, 5.8%, 2.19% market share.

cool dog music

"leader" cool dog music with domain name kugou.com breakout!

cool dog music as China’s leading digital music interactive service provider, is committed to becoming the largest digital music sales promotion companies in the Asia Pacific region. To "let the music to change the world" as the banner, and establish a cooperative relationship with YAHOO, Sina, the rolling stones and other brands. The cool dog music website with Larry domain kugou.com, in the field of music violent breakout. According to Alexa query, the domain average daily IP (Zhou Pingjun) was 750000, the average daily PV (Zhou Pingjun) up to 2250000.

, of course, want to force in the field of music, against Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent kugou, earlier, also acquired "stars" domain name fanxing.com, to build the "cool dog stars" karaoke video dating platform; low-key with 3 letter domain KTV.com cool dog KTV; also by name China intermediary will "cool rice" the domain name kumi.com in the bag. It is worth mentioning that, cool dog’s original Chinese music base 5sing, earlier due to domain name 5sing.com was unable to access hold, with the help of cool dog two domain name 5sing.kugou.com.

every day sounds

good sound in the third quarter up! TTPOD ttpod.com morale foot

every day sounds good voice in the third quarter of China’s exclusive mobile gaming platform, has been a strategic investment in Alibaba, and by the end of last year was collected to its, a time to become the focus of attention of the industry. Every day is the advantage of sound channels, in addition to some high-end users, but also covers the low-end users. Users of everyday sounds as of June this year has exceeded 200 million, while the third quarter The Voice of China launched the first phase of the first day, TTPOD audition break 10 million.

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