Distributor DistroKid has launched its first mobile app, which allows users to access the platform’s tools, upload music and access data from their phones.
Matthew Ogle, Vice President of Product at DistroKid says that it reflects the nature of the modern music creation landscape: “With music consumption, promotion, and increasingly even music creation happening predominately on mobile, we are meeting artists where they’re at, on their phones.”
Like many distributors, DistroKid is pushing out a number of tools to differentiate it as a platform – and they are all focused on enabling the DIY artist to reach fans more quickly and directly.
Last month, the company unveiled Mixea, an AI-powered intelligent mastering tool, and last year, the company launched DistroVid, its $99 a year service that lets users distribute music videos to platforms including Apple Music, Vevo, Amazon Music and Tidal.
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