GLEE, N.Y. — Fans of the hit comedy show “Glee” are turning to music to get through the day.
A survey by a digital marketing company found that in the last six months, people are downloading the popular “Gleemap” music app, which provides a way to listen to songs in the show.
That’s more than double the amount of music downloaded by people who watched the show during the same period last year.
The study also found that people who are listening to music are more likely to be female and more likely in their 20s.
“Glee is definitely in a position where we’re in a great place to continue the growth of our app and services,” said Michael T. Fischbach, founder and CEO of SoundCloud, which sells the popular music streaming service.
The number of people who download the app has been increasing steadily for the past year.
Its estimated users have more than 50 million members and a user base of more than 500 million.
Its user base is also growing, reaching about 6 million in March.
It is the first time SoundCloud has taken in more than half its revenue from music downloads, according to its latest quarterly report.
“I think that the overall digital landscape has changed,” said David L. Grier, chief executive of Soundcloud.
“There’s a lot more opportunity to do things outside the traditional music industry.”
SoundCloud is already the No. 1 music service in the U.S. for streaming music.
Its service has been growing rapidly.
It now has over 2 million paid subscribers, up from fewer than 300,000 in December 2014.
But it has been losing money, and it has also been struggling to make inroads in other industries.
In 2015, it sold its advertising rights to the ad-tech company Tilt Brush to Google.
Google, then, had a dominant position in the mobile ad market.