Founded in France in 2007, Deezer is an internet-based global music streaming platform. Currently present in 180+ countries, Deezer has over 16 million active users who have access to more than 73 million tracks, playlists and podcasts.
Founded in 2004 and based in Luxembourg, Jamendo was the first online platform to legally share music from independent creators under Creative Commons licenses. On Jamendo Music, users can enjoy a wide catalogue of more than 500,000 tracks shared by 40,000 artists from over 150 countries globally. Jamendo Licensing helps artists make money by licensing their songs for commercial use.
Qobuz is an online music platform that offers streaming subscriptions and instant downloads. Qobuz is the world leader in high-quality sound, and sets itself apart with its content selection and editorial line. Founded in France in 2007, Qobuz offers a catalogue of more than 70 million tracks in every genre, from both major and independent labels. Qobuz also offers a catalogue in Hi-Res 24-Bit quality (up to 192 kHz) of over 185,000 albums.
Founded in 2015 in France, Soundcharts is the leading analytics platform of the music industry. It is a SaaS platform that provides global, real-time insights on the artists’ performance and market trends; monitoring data at scale across AM/FM radio airplay, digital music services and key social media platforms.
Launched in Germany in 2007, SoundCloud is an artist-first platform powered by a global community of artists and listeners on the pulse of what’s new, now and next in music culture. We empower independent artists with the tools, services and resources they need to help them build and grow their careers. With over 250 million tracks from 30 million artists from 190 countries on SoundCloud, we are the largest audio discovery platform in the world.
Launched in 2008 in Sweden, Spotify allows users to discover, manage and share over 70 million tracks, including more than 2.9 million podcast titles, for free. Today, Spotify is the world’s most popular audio streaming subscription service with 365m users, including 165m subscribers, across 178 countries.