Staff Reporters
Nov 7, 2016

Music app promotes speed-aware song selection for runners

The music app, with agency Secret Tour Hong Kong, hosted a street event to promote a feature that selects music according to a runner's pace.

HONG KONG - Local music app Moov launched a roadshow to promote a new app feature called Beat Runner, which plays songs according to a jogger's running speed. The event offered prizes for participants who could run in time to a song's rhythm, and nearly 1,000 joined in the fun in the roadshow's first two days, October 29 and 30, according to the agency.

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