KKBOX is a cloud-based music service provider in Asia.
Based in Taiwan, KKBOX is the market-dominant unlimited, on-demand music subscription service provider in both Taiwan and Hong Kong where over 90% of hit Chinese music songs are created.
By building a tight relationship with the local community of music artists, publishers and users, KKBOX hosts the largest Chinese music library in the world with 10 million tracks from over 500 local and international music labels.
In December, 2010 Japan’s telecom giant KDDI group acquired majority share of KKBOX’s outstanding stocks. In March, 2011 KKBOX accepted investment from HTC, the global leader in Smartphone innovation and design. In June 2011, KKBOX launched its mobile cloud music platform in Japan. With its advanced product technology and strategic equity partnerships, KKBOX is aggressively expanding to other Asian markets.