EVEN partners with Napster to bring personalized sound to streaming music

EVEN partners with Napster to bring personalized sound to streaming music

Our milestone collaboration with Napster marks the first fully-personalized listening experience within a music streaming service. Starting today, Napster subscribers on iOS can create an EarPrint (a personalized sound profile) within the Napster application with any pair of earphones or headphones. Once a Napster subscriber completes his or her EarPrint, he or she automatically hears music tuned to his or her unique hearing, in real time. Not yet a Napster subscriber? Try it all now FREE

To celebrate the announcement, Napster is giving fans the chance to listen to their favorite music in crystal clear sound by giving away two EVEN H1 Headphones and two EVEN Earphones. Enter for a chance to win HERE. Winners will be selected randomly. 

 

 

 

“We are excited to partner with Napster to offer our breakthrough Even EarPrint to millions of Napster listeners,” said Danny Aronson, CEO and co-founder of Even. “Even’s EarPrint technology challenges the two basic precepts of personalized audio—that we all hear the same way and that we all have perfect hearing. The integration between Even and Napster is a first-of-its-kind capability that allows us to bring the breakthrough Even listening experience to many more people.”

“For 15 years, Napster has been at the forefront of providing the best, most-personal listening experience to our subscribers, said Brian Ringer, CTO of Napster. “From personalized music recommendations to curated playlists to our Listener Network, integrating the Even EarPrint within Napster is a step we are proud to take to offer our subscribers the most innovative, personalized way to listen to music.”

This is the first time that EVEN's EarPrint capability, first launched in June 2016 with EVEN Earphones, has been incorporated into a mobile application. Napster subscribers can set multiple EarPrints (matched with different environments or different headphones), reset their EarPrints, or turn an EarPrint on and off to hear the difference.