Australian-owned music streaming service Guvera has been awarded Gold Winner in the prestigious industry award in the entertainment category by design100 Asia [app] Design Awards 2015.
September 10, 2015
By Monica Tong
Guvera seem to be appearing in the streaming market stronger as ever as it continues to break the norm in streaming marketplace providing stronger local content via demands and trends on the international world of digital streaming. It’s recent launch of its social feed and data saving function have definitely garnered more votes in winning the award. Guvera now has 7.5 million users across Asia alone.
“Guvera focuses on providing customers with the music they love, on their terms. This award marks a significant milestone for Guvera, and recognises our advances in innovation that is transforming the way consumers experience music”, said Mr Damien King, Chief Technology Officer, Guvera.
“Our focus on emerging markets, efforts in spearheading our unique brand engagement platform and our ability to offer advanced buffering technology which leads to reduced data consumption sets us apart from the competition,” King added.
“Apps have overtaken entertainment. They influence what and how we watch or listen to, where and how we eat, dine and play, how we book and how we interact before during and after entertainment events. The awards programme is designed to recognise apps that make entertainment even more entertaining and engaging”, said Mr Mark Bergin, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, design100.
Other winners at the awards also include Best Internet of Things (IoT) Soundbrenner Pulse – a wearable device for musicians; Best IoT – Aumeoaudio – a pocket-sized device that provides personalised audio experience; In Entertainment – PrimeTime – a subscription-based platform for movies and TV series on demand; Mazika – one of the largest Arabic music catalogue providing 40,000 high quality music tracks from Arabic labels; and many others.