Anghami for Windows Phone lets the MENA regions enjoy popular tunes

Music streaming services like Spotify aren't available worldwide. While millions of consumers can tap into huge collections of music tracks for a monthly fee, there are some regions that aren't covered by the popular companies. This is where services like Anghami ( come into play, which supports the Middle East and North African regions (MENA).

Today, we're looking at the official Windows Phone app, which has just launched on the store.

For those who aren't familiar with Anghami, the music streaming service boasts 3 million Arabic and international songs for you to enjoy when on the move with your Windows Phone. Should you reside in MENA countries, you'll be able to download the official Windows Phone app, search through songs and enjoy some absolute gems either with a portable speaker or your favourite headphones.

The official Windows Phone client acts much like other solutions from competitors in that regard. You're able to enjoy music from the likes of Fairouz and Rihanna, downloading said tracks over Wi-Fi to then listen without relying on a mobile data connection - perfect for those who slap on the headphones when travelling. Playlists can be curated to include all your favourite tracks for different moods and times.

Each track is available in great quality, which matches the gorgeous interface on offer for consumers. Whether you enjoy tuning into your favourite playlists while in the car, on the train or even when running, Anghami for Windows Phone is a sweet solution for downloading and enjoying digital music.

You can download Anghami from the Windows Phone Store. It's worth noting that this app is region restricted and works on Windows Phone 8 only. While it's free to stream, a premium subscription for unlimited downloads will set you back $4.99 a month. Thanks to everyone who tipped us!

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.