Indian robotics company Miko partners Gaana to bring robots with music


Miko, the India-born global robotics company, has partnered with Times Internet-owned India’s biggest audio streaming platform Gaana to offer music across different genres to kids globally through Miko 2, the robot for playful learning.

This is Miko’s first music streaming collaboration. The service will be default integration for all premium subscribers under the company’s Miko Max subscription program that brings to users a unified and wholesome experience of premium content and exclusive offerings with quarterly and yearly subscription plans.

Miko has also decided to make this streaming service free and available from July ‘21 to all Miko users ad-free, regardless of Max memberships during the lockdown period.

“It is important that companies realise the need of the hour and understand their corporate responsibilities. Making this partnership freely available to all users is a small contribution from Miko to the Miko family,” said Sneh Vaswani, Co-founder and CEO, Miko.

Last year, Miko opened its platform allowing developers and third-party content partners to integrate their content on the Miko 2 robot. This allowed the company to offer newer apps and activities across music, fun, education, health and STEM (Science, Technology Engineering, and Mathematics).

This collaboration will also be Gaana’s first venture in robotics after curating and offering an extensive collection of stories, jokes and rhymes for kids within their app ecosystem.

“Bringing our offering to young children is a very exciting opportunity and a novel market for Gaana and we are very excited to partner with Miko and its team,” said Gautam Sinha, CEO, Gaana.



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