A car video sharing site has launched in Singapore to help users who find themselves without access to the internet to upload their own music videos.

The service, Sit Videos New, allows users to upload and watch music videos in a variety of formats, including MP4, AVI, M4V, FLV, M2V, MOV, MP4X, and M2P.

Users can also share them via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Flickr.

“Singapore is home to a lot of people who have no access to internet and we have a huge number of people out there who are desperate for music videos, so we’re hoping that we can bridge that gap,” Sit Videos founder and CEO Shilpa Jadhav said.

“In Singapore, there’s a lot more music content available online than anywhere else, so the demand for music video content is definitely increasing,” she added.

“We’re also working with a few media partners who are keen to support us in this space.”

Users can access the site by visiting a car website, clicking on the icon in the upper right corner, and clicking on “Submit Video”.

Sit Videos will also provide instructions on how to upload music videos and to subscribe to the service.

“As a music video sharing website, we’re very excited to be able to expand into music videos,” said Jadhacav.

Sit Videos launched its services in Singapore in January last year.

Jadhavan said it had over 500 users since its launch.

“It’s not just about the videos, it’s about the support,” she said.

Jadav said she was “so excited” to see that the car video video sharing service was being used in Singapore.

“I love Singapore, I love Singaporeans, I want to see more music videos here,” she told Al Jazeera.

“People have been searching for music and sharing their videos online for a long time and they’re finding that there are a lot less music videos online,” she pointed out.

“But we’ve also found that there’s an incredible amount of music videos on the web that aren’t being shared and we wanted to help bridge that.”