Backed by the likes of Robbie Williams, Sheryl Crow and Alexha Dixon, ROXi is a music streaming service focused on interaction with music, complete with karaoke functionality. For £6.99 per month, users will have unlimited access to 55 million tracks, with 60,000 karaoke-style singalong songs which combines with a smartphone companion app.
There are also a number of other music trivia games, celebrity-made playlists and over 10,000 radio programmes.
This marks the first time that the ROXi software has been available outside of the company’s own hardware.
Rob Lewis, the CEO of ROXi said: “We are delighted to offer ROXi on Sky Q, with Europe’s premier pay TV provider. Over the last decade we’ve witnessed an explosion of digital entertainment experiences, largely on small personal screens. But the next revolution in digital entertainment will not be about mobiles and tablets – it will be about shared entertainment experiences that bring friends and family together for great fun times together, delivered to consumers on the biggest screen in the home; the TV
“That’s why we’re launching ROXi on Sky Q. There’s nothing more uplifting than sharing music, singing, dancing and playing games together at home with friends and family, especially at a time when going out is difficult. So now millions of Sky Q customers can experience ROXi’s fun music entertainment with a 30-day free trial for every user; try it now and bring joy into your home.”
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