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Lite listenin’: Shazam becomes latest tech firm to embrace small apps for emerging markets

Song-tagging and recognition platform Shazam is the latest tech company to roll out a “lite” version of its flagship app. Launching today for Android users, Shazam Lite is available in only a handful of markets, including India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Venezuela, and Nigeria. Weighing in at less than 1MB, the app strives to operate on as […]
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