Spotify, the leader when it comes to streaming music services (for now), doesn’t have any plans to bring its services to the Apple TV 4 and tvOS anytime soon.
Uploaded user-generated content is something that SoundCloud has featured for quite some time as one of its major features.
For many users of Spotify’s free tier, the general ads are causing some issues on systems running macOS, Windows, and even Linux.
Spotify, who still holds the lead for paid subscribers in the streaming music service battle, is reportedly looking to buy a long-standing brand.
J.D. Power Ranks Apple Music Highest in Inaugural Customer Satisfaction Study for Streaming Services
Streaming services have been around for a while, in some capacity or another, and their popularity has skyrocketed since their debut.
Playlists, especially those nurtured into life based on what a listener has tapped into in the past, are all the rage these days.
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.