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.
Despite the fact that streaming music has been around for awhile, apparently Apple had to get into the game to raise awareness. And help Spotify out, too.
Back in May of last year, Spotify announced support for video clips from a variety of different content providers, including Comedy Central, VICE News, and more.
In October of 2015, several different users of Spotify‘s official OS X app were having issues with the app randomly crashing.
The Swedish music-streaming service, Spotify, is planning to introduce video content on its iOS app by the end of the week in the US.
The Starbucks iPhone app was updated to incorporate saving in-store Spotify playlists for those who want to listen to the music at a later point.