Aivvy Headphones come with access to 50 million songs
The Aivvy headphones come with access to as many as 50 million songs.
The Aivvy headphones also come with their own kicker.
With the Aivvy headphones you will be able to create playlists, select tracks to listen to offline, find similar artists that you enjoy. You will also get to rate the tracks you listen to with either a thumbs up or thumbs down.
Aivvy headphones managed to raise $200,000 on Kickstarter. They also received funding from a ‘private angel’.
David Ring worked at the Universal Music Group for nineteen years in the field of digital music. With his experience he found that most music listeners preferred what he calls a ‘leanback experience’. Listeners enjoy listening to their music from a play list that was created by themselves or someone else.
The co-founder, David Ring of the Aivvy headphones tech start up shared his thoughts on modern day music streaming…
“It’s kind of a lot of work. You have to have internet connection to really enjoy it. You’re managing a lot of stuff, with online and offline playlists. You have data charges that run up on you. Your cell-phone battery dies. It’s a lot of different mini-problems, all creating what I would say is a less than ideal music consumption experience.”
When you slip on the Aivvy headphones, you will be able to access up to fifty million songs. It is wireless, hands free, and you don’t even need an internet connection.
The listening is controlled with finger taps to the ear cuff, and these smart headphones will remember and customize your taste preferences.
The Aivvy headphone set has eight channels and is divided into various genres such as pop, indie, country, hip hop and others.
Each channel is pre-set with forty to fifty tracks. If you like a song that you hear, you can double tap the right ear cuff to indicate that you do. If a track isn’t your thing you can swipe in order to skip it. The headphones will remember your selections and once charged will last you between thirty and forty hours.
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