Pure Connect App Now Available for Android

Building upon its multiroom music system, Android users can now control consumer electronics maker Pure’s Jongo products with their smartphone or tablet using the new Pure Connect Android app.

The Jongo multiroom music system uses Wi-Fi to stream synchronized audio within a single or multiroom environment, while Bluetooth allows users to stream content from any audio app on their smartphone or tablet, including locally stored music, to a single Jongo product.

The Pure Connect app gives Android and iOS users access to: local music on their smartphone or tablet, 20,000 radio stations, on-demand programs and podcasts and streamable tracks via Pure’s on demand music service called Pure Music, which is coming soon to the U.S., according to the company. The app also gives users recommendations based on listening patterns. The app also gives users recommendations based on listening patterns.

The Pure Connect app is available as a free download in the Google Play and Apple App Store. The first products in the Jongo family including the Jongo S3 portable, rechargeable wireless multiroom speaker and Jongo A2 wireless hi-fi adapter are now shipping; they list respectively, for $199 and $129.


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Good one. I like the feature saying that we can get the service of 20,000 radio stations. The availability of search filter based on user recommendation is also an added to this app.
By ZoyaBennet on 7/31/2013

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