Stingray makes Karaoke app free to ease social distancing woes

Struggling to entertain yourself as you practice social distancing? Thanks to Stingray, you can now access three of its popular apps, Stingray KaraokeStingray Qello, and Stingray Classica, free for the next month.

The Stingray Karaoke app’s entire catalog of over 50,000 songs are on offer, in addition to Stingray Qello, which features full-length concerts. It’s moved to feature programming with a special focus on artists who have canceled or postponed their shows, including Madonna’s Confession Tour, Miley Cyrus’s Bangerz Tour, and documentaries like Sensation: The Story of Tommy, featuring The Who.

Stingray Classica app appeals to classic music fans and features concerts from the London Symphony Orchestra, Verdi’s La Traviata from the Teatro Real Madrid, and documentaries on entertainers like Maria Callas and Yehudi Menuhin.

“Over the past few weeks, we have witnessed heartwarming acts of solidarity and kindness. It was a given that Stingray had to do its part for those whose routines are disrupted by being thrown into close quarters for weeks, especially families with young children,” said Eric Boyko, President, Co-founder, and CEO of Stingray. “One only has to witness Italians singing in solidarity from their balconies to understand the healing power of music. By offering the Stingray KaraokeStingray Qello, and Stingray Classica apps free for the next month, we want to give individuals and families under lockdown moments of joy and levity in these times of anxiety.”

Stingray Karaoke can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play. Unlimited access to the entire song catalog is available until Apr.18.

Stingray Qello can be downloaded from the App Store, Google Play, Amazon and the Roku Store, and is also available directly at qello.com. Limited access to selected titles is available until Apr. 18.

Access to all titles on Stingray Classica is available for one month by visiting www.stingray.com/freemonthclassica and entering the gift code freeview.

Corus has also moved to offer access to its specialty channels on free preview through some cable providers. Bell, Rogers Ignite and other cable subscribers are offering a rotating selection of complimentary channels through Apr. 30.


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