In addition to its streaming service, Quaver also has its own podcast and its own social media channels.
The company launched its own Twitter account in January, and the site has a dedicated Facebook page.
In addition, Quavers own app, Quave, has been downloaded nearly 4 million times and has attracted more than 100,000 new users in the past month.
However, Quavas own Facebook page has been flooded with negative comments.
Quaver CEO and co-founder Jonathan Cohen told TechCrunch that the company has been working to resolve its content-blocking problems.
“Our goal has always been to be a company that respects your freedom of speech and the freedom to be creative,” he said.
“We have been working hard to make sure we’re making our platform as respectful and safe as possible.”
He said the company would be open to working with content creators and “anyone who wishes to be part of Quaver.”
However, Cohen said Quaver will not be offering its own streaming service.
“If you’re interested in joining Quaver, we’re not going to be offering our own streaming platform,” he told TechBeat.
Quavers music streaming app, the Quaver Music Interval service, will be available to Quaver customers from August 2, 2019.
Quaver CEO Jonathan Cohen says Quaver won’t be offering their own streaming services.
The company is launching a free streaming service called Quaver: The Music Interference, and Quaver is offering its service for free.
That means the service is only available to subscribers who are already on Quaver.
Quavers subscription to Quavains own app will be cancelled at the end of the month.
Cohen said the Quavers free service will have a similar structure to its music-streaming offerings.
“At the end, we’ll make a decision about whether or not to continue to offer the service, and that’s what you’ll be able to see in our platform launch announcement,” Cohen said.
Quavans free service is slated to launch in late 2018.