The Overflow Gives You Unlimited Christian Music Anytime by Merge PR on 2015-02-19 11:00:18
19 February 2015 – Franklin, Tenn – Now for the first time, there is a family-friendly and faith-based music subscription streaming service available for all ages. Announcing TheOverflow™, the world’s first Christian and Gospel on-demand music streaming service, and it’s changing the way Christians discover, share and listen to music.
By subscribing to TheOverflow app for only $4.99 a month, Christian music fans can listen as often as they like to any Christian song, album, artist or playlist streamed to their device or downloaded for offline listening. Users can also access new albums the day they release as well as discover new and old Christian radio favorites. Additionally, TheOverflow can help the subscriber discover music that their local radio stations may not typically play, such as rock, hip hop, kids, worship, metal and dance. And, they make it easy to connect the music with friends by utilizing its share buttons for Facebook, Twitter, SMS/imessage, and more.
TheOverflow was created for Christian music lovers by Christian music lovers, and they believe it has a message and the power to transform lives. This is also why TheOverflow has partnered with the Bible App™ (with more than 170 million installs) and artists like Kari Jobe, Lecrae, Casting Crowns, Michael W. Smith, Hillsong, Tenth Avenue North, Chris Tomlin and others to offer more than 200 days of exclusive devotional content and access to discover the biblical inspiration behind many favorite songs.
“As Christian music fans ourselves, I’m excited that we are the first to launch a comprehensive genre specific streaming solution,” explains Stephen Relph, CEO of TheOverflow Inc. “We knew launching a legally-licensed streaming service was no small task, but we’re tremendously thankful that more than 40,000 people joined our pre-launch waiting list and that already close to three million days of Bible Plan reading have been completed through our partnership with the Bible App™.”
Partnering with numerous record labels, YouVersion Bible App, churches, media outlets and more, the immediate support to get behind TheOverflow has been astounding. Pastor Bobby Greunewald, founder of YouVersion BibleApp, shares, “TheOverflow introduced video devotionals to the Bible App, and they quickly proved popular with our community. The content they provide allows people to gain valuable spiritual insight from a diverse group of popular artists."
Relph concludes, “I’m personally excited that we offer Christian music fans a lower cost than secular music services while offering the potential for better payouts to the Christian music community. We are committed to building the best ever Christian music experience and to extend the reach of powerful Christian and Gospel music!”
A Nashville-based event especially tailored for the Christian music industry is being planned for this April. Details will be forthcoming in the coming weeks.
TheOverflow can be downloaded for free from major app stores or by visiting TheOverflow.com.
More About TheOverflow:
TheOverflow is the first and only Unlimited, on-demand Christian and Gospel music service that helps users draw closer to Christ by listening to as many songs as they want anytime, online or offline, engage in devotionals and share new music with friends. TheOverflow subscribers can build their own collections of favorite songs, albums and artists or lean back and listen to curated playlists from TheOverflow and our partners. Subscribers can currently access TheOverflow on iOS and Android phones. TheOverflow is a privately owned corporation controlled and managed by Christians.
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