In.com has come out of a limited beta and is now open to public. Changes include a more comprehensive homepage, additions of more games and tie up with more labels. I didn’t have a chance to check the email as I wanted to take a look at the terms and conditions, of which there were none. Finally, when I bit the bullet and got around to registering, the Mail page manically kept querying the server back and forth. They now seem to be indexing BollywoodHungama as well. I had pointed out earlier the lack of T-series and other indigineous labels on the music service previously, Web18 seems to have voted in favour of the decision, doubt it would have come cheap. In addition to T-series, they have also added Sa Re Ga Ma, Venus and Manorama Music amongst others. There seem to be a huge number of re-directs coming in from other domains having .in as a suffix, would be interesting to note how they sift out this traffic once they start selling inventory.
PS: As an aside, I find Google (NSDQ: GOOG) Trends for Websites better by a mile compared to Alexa. Besides its minor misgivings, which include limited timeline views, is this the non-apologetic publicly available industry resource everyone has been hoping for?