Music distributor RouteNote has finally launched its mobile application on Android.
RouteNote’s new mobile application will be an extension of their already easy-to-use distribution services and tools. The app is free to download and use and will allow users to sign-up, see earnings, view stats, reach out to support, share their referral code, and much more. In a blog post shared by RouteNote, they have a lot of exciting features in the works for the application such as discography management, release management, and an iOS app.
The application is free and currently only available in the Google Play Store for Android users. Learn more and download here.
Since RouteNote launched 15 years ago, they’ve distributed more than one million users’ music to digital service providers (DSPs) like Apple Music, Spotify, TikTok, and more. They offer free and premium plans, with the primary caveat of the free tier being RouteNote keeping 15% of your royalties. The premium plan allows users to keep 100%, among other things.
RouteNote may be a bit late to the game in terms of a mobile app, however, as many other music distributors have released mobile apps for their customers awhile back. Amuse, The Orchard, Feiyr, and DistroKid all have mobile apps music makers can use. Last year, DistroKid announced “DistroVid,” a music video distribution tool that enables musicians to release their music videos to Apple Music, Amazon Music, TIDAL, and Vevo.
“Many streaming services have begun playing music videos in addition to audio–but until now, there hasn’t been a great way for independent artists to get their music videos into these services,” Philip Kaplan, founder and CEO of DistroKid, told TechCrunch last year. “Our new music video service, called DistroVid, makes it super easy & affordable for independent artists to get their music videos everywhere.”