How to Play Twilight Piano with an Axio App
In a new app, Axio, a music-streaming service that offers an alternative to Apple Music, allows users to play tunes from the animated television series The Twilight Saga in their browser on any mobile device.
The app, which was released on Thursday, has been downloaded over 4.6 million times and has more than 15 million monthly active users.
Axio says it uses Chromecast to stream the music to any compatible smartphone, tablet or computer, with a minimum of latency.
Users can choose the app to stream music directly from the web app or on-demand through the Axio website.
The service also has its own version of YouTube Music, which can stream music to multiple devices at once, and it includes a music player and player for the app.
Users can also browse through music using Axio’s online library of more than 3,000 tracks and select their own playlists.
Axio also has an app called “Axios Radio,” which is similar to Spotify’s popular radio app, with access to the radio stations in your area.
The Axio app is free to use.
Axios says its music-to-the-brain service is unique because it uses “an app, not a computer,” and its software “works seamlessly across different devices.”
Axio claims it can process the audio on a device as small as a smartphone and as big as a tablet or a big-screen TV.
In the past, Axios has only offered music streaming for people over 16.
The company has now added an option to play music from a Chromecast, Chromecast Pro or Chromecast Ultra device, but it doesn’t include the Chromecast’s own streaming capability.