Discover works alongside our Download Player; a background music player capable of running on
Once you have the player installed and connected to the internet, we can simply switch Discover Music on for you and it will allow everything to
work for you and your customers as soon as you download the app or access the website. Please contact us for further
details and we would be happy to discuss Discover Music with you in more detail.
We have two versions of the Discover Music app. Both contain the same functionality, but one is for Android devices and the other is for iOS/Apple devices. Please read the
install guide for your chosen device below:
We also have a cross-platform website that allows your customers to access discover across all devices without downloading the app. We will supply you
with the web address (url) you'll require at the time of setting up Discover Music for you.
Discover Music will work immediately after being downloaded, however if you encounter any issues, you can troubleshoot at:
Discover Music will consume approximately 1GB of bandwidth per month, at very low bit rates.
The Discover Music apps and websites communicate with your Download Player through our API, using HTTPS 256bit encryption for all player/app-to-server communication.
The system uses a clustered cloud server approach to give scalability and reliability. The infrastructure is monitored 24/7, 365 days a year.
Yes! Whilst we will provide you with a website and Android and iOS apps, which can be branded and will work just by browsing to/downloading from the app store,
you can also use our API to integrate some or all of the Discover Music features into your own app. The API uses RESTful web services and passes data back and forth in JSON format.
Yes. The Download Player and Discover Music software is all developed in-house making it very flexibile. The in-house development team can extend the API further
to accommodate new features or bespoke ideas. Please contact us if you have a requirement that is not covered.
No. Your customers can only select from your brand-approved tracks within the current playlist, so if for example you are having a jazz hour, your
customers would not be able to select a rock track to play, as this would not be the pre-approved jazz playlist. The player also has artist and track collision
built in - that you can set to your desired level on the player - which prevents your customers from requesting the same tracks (or tacks by the same artist) too frequently.