In June of this year, Facebook launched Spotify group playlists within Messenger, so friends and family members could put together a playlist together while talking to one another through the platform.
Back in March, Spotify updated its subscribers numbers to show that it had reached 50 million customers.
While Spotify has more than 140 million monthly active users, of which more than 50 million are paid subscribers, there is still one area where the music streaming platform knows it needs to catch up on: podcasts.
Spotify has been working hard for quite some time to ink new deals with the major music labels, in an effort to reduce royalties paid out.
Spotify is a giant in the music streaming market, and so it’s no surprise that people use the service while they’re driving.
Building a playlist can be fun, and it can get even better when it gets collaborative with friends and family members.
Spotify has confirmed to TechCrunch that it is testing a “Sponsored Song” on its free tier. Using the new ad unit, the company will allow companies and artists to promote their singles to subscribers of its free tier.
Spotify is seen as the insurmountable juggernaut of the streaming music platforms, and with the company’s latest announcement, that perception may not be going anywhere anytime soon.
Music streaming services have a lot of music at their disposal, making that monthly subscription cost worth it for those who sign up.
Popular music streaming app, Spotify, is looking to enhance user experience with a new feature called “Spotify Codes”. This works pretty much like a QR Code and allows users to generate a code for a song, artist, album or even playlist, which can then be shared around social media for easy discovery.