The music industry has had its ups and downs over the years, especially when it comes to pirating and falling prices.
For streaming services, paying subscribers are crucial. And for the platforms, reaching milestones that equal millions of them is vital for a variety of reasons.
Spotify can admit that it’s not a fan of artists and bands launching their albums or singles as exclusive properties of competing music streaming platforms.
Apple Music is certainly finding some major time in the limelight recently, even just by association, and now Spotify is calling attention to exclusives, too — for all the wrong reasons.
Spotify today announced the launch of Release Radar where it will be offering a personalised selection of the newest releases every week for its customers. This way, the company is aiming to help you discover new songs without going through the trouble of actually finding them.
Spotify has been taking swings at Apple quite a bit lately, especially in relation to Apple Music and the iOS App Store’s subscription royalty procedure.
Spotify has been taking swings at Apple for quite a while now, especially with the arrival of Apple’s music streaming platform, Apple Music.
There are milestones that companies strive for, and there’s certainly no doubt that 100 million of anything is one of them.
Back in May of last year, before Apple officially announced a Spotify competitor, the streaming music service wasn’t a huge fan of Apple’s inherent upper-hand in that particular market on its own operating systems.