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(1) “KUVO FEED” to acquire accurate information on tracks currently playing at clubs
This function allows clubbers to check up on tracks being played at clubs around the world, or details of DJs playing in real-time. They can then listen to demo versions of tracks, and jump to Online Music Store to purchase a track.
In addition to messages from DJs or clubs that are playing tunes or browsing the profiles of DJs, clubbers can follow their favorite clubs or DJs, register their favorite musical tastes and display the latest information on their own account screen.
(2) “Discover” to uncover the latest trends in tracks or DJs around the world
This function provides updates on the latest trends in clubs, DJs or tracks from around the world, with “Trending” based on the number of clubbers pressing “Like” for tracks or playlists played at clubs, or “Most Liked” based on “Like” or “Follower” numbers.
(3) “Playlist” that shows information on tracks played by favorite DJs
This function allows clubbers to check or search for tracks that their favorite DJs have played, or tracks that were played at events held in the past. Comments can also be added to playlists or sent directly to the DJs, giving clubbers an experience like they were there at the actual event.
(4) “Club Map” to show potential clubs nearby
The “Club Map” function displays tracks being played in each region, or DJ details in real-time on a map, which allows clubbers to easily find a club that suits their current mood or that is playing tracks that they want to hear. Tracks can be played from the club information playlist, and clubbers can check up on event information released by the club.
(5) “Photo Album” to share pictures with information taken at clubs
The “KUVO App” comes with the “Photo Album” function that stamps pictures taken at clubs with the current name of the track being played, the DJ name and the club name. Data from when a picture was taken can be saved easily, making it simple to clearly recall memorable moments from a club. Pictures that have been taken can be sent as is by email, and include a “share” button to upload pictures to social media.