HTC and SoundHound have laid out some Global plans that will initially start in Europe. In a press released issued this week, HTC and SoundHound outlined the details which will have SoundHound embedded into all HTC device releases in the coming future.
“Partnering with HTC to make SoundHound available on HTC’s Android handsets is a great win for both companies,” said Amir Arbabi, vice president, business development, SoundHound Inc. “SoundHound makes music search and discovery on mobile devices fast, accurate and delightful. Working with a global innovator like HTC extends our leadership as we continue to expand the adoption of our technologies and services around the world.”
“HTC is focused on improving the mobile experience for our customers and a key part of that is with music,” said John Wang, chief marketing officer, HTC Corporation. “We are excited to be working with SoundHound, a leader in music search and discovery to raise the bar for the search and discovery of music on HTC phones.”
The first devices to get the official SoundHound treatment will be the HTC Desire HD and the HTC Desire Z with addition others added in the near future. [via Businesswire]
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