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About Mubert: AI Music Streaming

Music. Future. Inspiration. Mubert opens the new era of "Generative music.”

Mubert is a streaming app that generates unique music personal to each listener. Artificial intelligence uses a huge database of human-made sounds in different moods and genres to create never-ending music.

Become a part of the new generation of listeners. Be inspired by a new music experience. Music with no playlists or charts. Music that never stops.

How it works:

Mubert comes with a totally new UI experience, so take some time to learn how it works.

Match your current mood by selecting the genre or activity. Pick the intensity of the channel: light, medium, or hard. Push the like button when you like something and dislike when you don’t. That's how you train the AI. If you love the moment and don’t want to lose it, tap the loop button or save it to your Faves.

It takes little time to understand the core functions and start to explore the world of "Generative music.”

Use Cases:

Work, study, meditate, exercise, or do homework with Mubert. Due to the never-ending and nonstop sound, Mubert is perfect for when you need to concentrate. Focus on the important things, and Mubert will make the soundtrack.

You cannot find your favorite artists here. However, with the innovative music approach created by the Mubert team, you can create your own new favorite artist.

Thousands of creators, musicians, and artists have joined the Mubert community and participated in the great experiment called "Generative music".

Generative music is for Generative people.

Thanks for your feedback. We appreciate your support. We constantly improve Mubert to deliver you the most modern music app ever.

Terms of use

30-day or 12-month subscription. Note: price depends on your location and currency. A free 7-day trial period is offered. After the trial period expires, a 12-month subscription payment will be automatically charged to your credit card. You can cancel the trial period in your Google Play account Settings not later than 24 hours before expiry. Any unused portion of the free trial period will be forfeited if any subscription is otherwise purchased. Your credit card will be charged via your Google Play account upon confirmation. Your subscription will be automatically renewed if automatic renewal is not disabled at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your account will be charged a renewal fee within 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. The cost of renewal will be equal to the price of the current subscription in effect at the time of renewal. You can manage your subscriptions, and disable automatic renewal via account settings, after your purchase has been completed.

Privacy policy: https://static.mubert.com/law/privacy-policy.pdf
Terms of use: https://static.mubert.com/law/terms-of-use.pdf

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it is AWESOME, but it needs some layout fixes, like add next-prev button on main, if phone has nav bar -the navbar is over the buttons and is very difficult to touch share/fav, reduce video file size, you ca...
be happy
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Unique app
Morteza
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Amazing, I would pay so much for a Linux version so I could stick a Raspberry Pi to the back of my stereo
Samuel Honey