Spotify, the largest competitor to Apple Music, has just released a major update to the platform, specifically for paying subscribers.
Many of the music streaming services out there offer some kind of incentive to try and sway customers in their direction, and SoundCloud is looking to do the same with its newest feature addition.
What Do You Think of Spotify’s New Policy of Asking Family Plan Users to Prove They Live at the Same Address? [Updated]
In a move that’s bound to stir some controversy, Spotify has sent out emails to some of its premium family plan customers to confirm their home address using GPS data. The mail says that failure to do so might lead to the user losing access to the plan.
If there was ever any question as to why Apple might want to get into the streaming music market, the latest data from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) may shed some light on that.
Depending on how often you use Pandora, the streaming music platform’s latest addition might be one of its best.
Back in September of last year, Spotify and Hulu announced a partnership that saw students getting both services for just $5 per month.
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.
A New Bill Envisions a Future Where Emergency Alerts Sound Off in Netflix, Hulu, Spotify, and Other Services
You have more than likely heard an emergency alert on your phone at least once by now, that loud, hard-to-miss notification letting you know something is happening in your neck-of-the-woods.