It all comes down to this. 100 artists have been narrowed to our final 10 competitors. This week is for all the marbles!
The holidays have not meant it’s a vacation for Project Aha! The voting continues and we have made it all the way down to our Top 20!
The Week 4 Results are in, and we must say adieu to 10 more artists.
The Week 3 Results are in, and another 10 artists have bitten the proverbial dust.
The Week 2 Results are in, and sadly we bid farewell to another 10 artists.
The Week 1 Results are in, and we bid farewell to 20 of our aspiring artists. The list is now down to 80.
What is Project Aha! you ask? Well, please allow me to tell you all about it. Aha brings artists together and gives users a chance to vote on their favorites.
Aha 3.4 is available in the iTunes app store today (coming to the Google Play Store later this week), and the release brings arguably one of our most requested features. Both versions now feature support for voice commands. Along with that comes support for more m4a formatted files and streams, bringing even more content into the mix. We’ve also improved how we handle streaming content to improve playback in spotty coverage areas.
If you have content…we’ve got answers! As more and more people turn to the web to get their audio entertainment, the opportunities for content providers continue to grow. But the real challenges for a lot of publishers can be simply getting their content in front of the right audience, and then making it easy for said audience to access the content easily.
Totally forgot to mention last week, but not only have we added more flexibility around selecting supported languages in the app … we also added availability in more App Stores.
Aha was already available in the iTunes and Google Play app stores in the following contries: