Spotify is one of the most popular streaming music services out there, even if some reports suggest it has a high churn rate in the United States.
Apple Music is currently competing with Spotify for the top spot in the music streaming business. The company has narrowed the gap with Spotify over the past few years, although Spotify remains in the lead as far as total numbers are concerned.
Spotify today reported its second-quarter numbers where it revealed that it now has 180 million subscribers. Out of this, the company has 83 million paid subscribers, up 40 percent on a yearly basis and an increase of nearly 8 million from the last quarter.
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Spotify is the leader when it comes to the streaming music services, but that doesn’t mean Apple Music isn’t trying to give the service a run for its money.
At its media event in New York, Spotify today announced a new mobile app which provides more benefits to free subscribers. The app will now provide free listeners with access to 15 of Spotify’s most popular playlists including Discover Weekly for on-demand playback with unlimited skips.
Back in September, Spotify and Hulu officially announced a packaged deal that provided students both streaming services for only $4.99 per month.
A Bloomberg report details that Spotify is working on a new version of its free music streaming service. As per sources, the company is tweaking its existing free streaming service to make it easier to use for customers on mobile phones.
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