The BronyTunes icon.
|Date founded||July 2013|
|Type of site||Music Streaming Service|
Jacob Pritchett, a 22-year-old brony from Idaho, began work on the service in summer of 2012 to provide an easy, free way for brony musicians to host and showcase their work. The service powered by a special version of the NewsTime software, which is owned and built by Jacob Pritchett and is also, most notably, powers the BronyNet social networking site.
As of November 2, 2014, BronyTunes has 8751 songs, making it the largest brony music collection by a significant margin. Its two closest competitors, EqBeats and Pony.FM, have 5576 songs and 2480 songs, respectively.
HTML5 Web AppThe BronyTunes HTML5 web app is what you'll use to access BronyTunes from your computer or tablet. Accessing it is simple: just visit BronyTunes.com ! It provides access to BronyTunes Showcase, which highlights newly-released tracks, and gives access to them in an interface familiar to people who have used the iTunes Store. It also provides a simpler "Library" mode, available with the library button in the upper-right.
The BronyTunes iOS app is what you'll use to listen to BronyTunes on the go! The current version is comparatively limited when put next to the HTML5 web app (only providing the Library and playback features of the web version), but a rather large update to the iOS app is in the works, so stay tuned!
An Android version of BronyTunes is under active development! Stay tuned!
Windows Phone App
A Windows Phone 8 version of BronyTunes exists, but it has not yet been released onto the Windows Phone Store.