If you’re a Spotify subscriber, or plan on signing up, the streaming music service has just announced a new holiday deal that might be worth considering.
Back at the beginning of the month, it was reported that Taylor Swift’s newest album, entitled “Reputation,” would not be launching on Apple Music or Spotify in tandem with the physical media (and exclusive digital download) launch.
Jimmy Iovine has had a presence in the music industry for a long time, and he’s never shy about talking about the lay of land as far as he sees it when given the opportunity.
Spotify is the leader when it comes to streaming music, with, as reported back in July of this year, 100 million active monthly users.
Spotify has had its own plans for original video content for over two years, with the original announcement taking place back in 2015.
After you’ve used something for so long, when an alternative pops up you might get the need to try it out. Maybe it has some features the service you’re already using doesn’t. Maybe it’s just by a company you like. Whatever the reason, when something new crops up some folks just want to see how it stacks up against the competition.
The way that consumers consume music has changed over the years, especially with the rise of streaming music services like Spotify and Apple Music.
Depending on how invested you are in Spotify, the service can build a variety of playlists for your listening desires, from ones that are updated daily, to those that are updated on a weekly basis.
If you’re a student and you subscribe to either Spotify or Hulu, or both, and want a new bundle that brings the two services together for remarkably cheap, the time has come to pick one up.