ANiUTa, a streaming service dedicated to anime songs, is launching in the U.S. next month!
The service launched in Japan in March 2017 and has the backing of several large music labels and companies. Some of the labels include Lantis, FlyingDog, Avex Pictures, Pony Canyon, NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan, Bushiroad Music, and Warner Brothers.
ANiUTa first launched with over 50,000 songs, with music from K-On!, Love Live!, BanG Dream!, and Macross Delta. The service also streams songs from video games (many that belong to Capcom), the Kamen Rider franchise, and various Vocaloid producers.
They are currently hosting a pre-registration campaign for fans that follow their Twitter or Facebook pages. Following their steps outline on the official website could net you a special T-shirt or a hand towel.
Anisong streaming service ANiUTa is launching in US and a PRE-LAUNCH CAMPAIGN filled with fantastic prizes for 300 winners has started! Details: https://t.co/FfnNAONUhj To participate you only have to FOLLOW this ANiUta twitter account and retweet this tweet.#anime #aniutapre pic.twitter.com/k4rg9SToXs
— ANiUTa (@aniutaUS) July 5, 2018
ANiUTa hasn’t announced their pricing, but the Japanese version costs 600 yen ($5.40) a month. Non-paying users can access the app to perform searches, but you’ll only be able to listen to snippets and not full songs.
The ANiUTa app will be available on iOS and Android sometime in August.