Music-streaming service Simfy Africa announced that it now has more than 20 million songs available.
The company said that 22 500 songs have been added every day in 2012, with an average track length of three and a half minutes - this equates to growth of more than 1300 hours (or 54 days) of music per day.
The service has added several new catalogues, including Paradise Entertainment & Distribution GmbH, offering an increased techno, house and disco repertoire.
The company has also released updates for their desktop application, such as improved user-interface design and improved handling of tracks with missing streaming rights.
Additionally, the desktop app also uses a new offline storage process that removes the risk that files could be lost due to Adobe Air upgrades.
Android users have also received an update, with users now able to store tracks on their SD card.
The company will be releasing updates for the iOS app in the near future, with several improved features, including a much quicker search facility.
Simfy Africa will also launch a gift voucher system from 10 December, letting users buy e-vouchers from the website, along with a personalised message to the recipient.
The company has no intention of launching vouchers at physical retailers, but will plan accordingly if there is demand for it, the firm said.
Simfy Africa was launched in South Africa in August 2012, bringing with it apps for BlackBerry, iOS and Android. Users can also access the service from the website and a dedicated desktop player for PC and Mac.
In addition to credit card, direct debit and EFT, customers can also use their mobile phone account to pay for a subscription.
Customers can sign up for a 14-day free trial at the Simfy Africa website.
Disclaimer: Simfy Africa is brought to you by ExactMobile, also owned by Primedia.