Windows 8.1 App Watch: Qello

Music fans, rejoice! Another high profile app has recently landed on the Windows Store. Qello is billed as the Netflix of music concerts and documentaries, and it is now available for users of Windows 8.

The app offers access to a large collection of full length HD concerts and music documentaries, on demand, and a variety of genres are covered, from rock and country to jazz and blues, indie, metal, hip hop and, of course, pop.

Official description:

“Do you love live music? Qello brings the concert to you – wherever you are, whenever you want it. Qello is the world’s largest collection of full-length HD concerts and music documentaries on demand.

Whether you want to watch Beyoncé or Coldplay in concert on your phone; a documentary about The Doors, The Grateful Dead, or JayZ on your tablet, Qello delivers the ultimate music experience – in crystal clear High Definition video. Qello’s library of full-length live concert videos spans the spectrum of musical genres, from the 1920s to days, giving every music lover a feast of entertainment.”

The documentaries are equally entertaining, providing backstage access and more.

Although the app is free, the service is not. You can sign up for $4.99 a month to get your hands on the full collection, though a free 7-day trial is on offer. As are one or more free tracks from every show. For all versions of Windows 8, including those based on ARM based processors.

Click here to check out Qello on the Windows Store.

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  • Jake

    I love live music and a behind the scenes look at things, so this should really appeal to me, but I feel as though I can get enough of the experience through Youtube or Spotify, so I don’t really see myself paying $5/month for this. A nice concept though.