Having a streaming music service on a mobile device is practically ubiquitous at this point, but for one of the biggest names in the game a family plan has been nonexistent. That’s changing soon, though.
Spotify Family set to rollout globally in the coming weeks, offers multiple Premium accounts at a discount
In late July of this year, Spotify’s iOS app received a major update that brought in new features, as well as an invite system for Canadians who wanted to try out the music streaming service. Now, two months later, the app is finally publicly available.
Spotify recently updated their iOS app to include an Equalizer, a feature that many users had been requesting for quite some time. At the same time, it was revealed that invites for Canadian users would be sent out soon, to test the app ahead of a public launch. That time has finally come.
Spotify CEO believes Apple is shifting to a lifestyle company in all categories, cites Beats acquisition and more
As Apple gears up to launch not only a new version of iOS later this year, but also a new version of OS X, plenty of other news continues to get attention, including the company’s impending acquisition of Beats Electronics. The CEO of Spotify has provided his two cents on Apple’s outline for the future, and makes some very valid points along the way.
Last month, Spotify had announced its free music experience on smartphones and tablets, which gives users access to its catalog of millions of songs across mobile devices for free.
As expected, Spotify has just announced its free music experience on smartphones and tablets, which gives users access to its catalog of millions of songs across mobile devices for free.
Spotify is looking to expand its customer base even more with an ad-supported version of its mobile app for nonpaying customers. People familiar with the matter told the Wall Street Journal that the company has reached a licensing deal with three of major global music labels, allowing the streaming service to offer their tracks for users of this new, free service.