Spotify, one of the most popular streaming music services out there, has just updated its app to support one of the iPhone’s new standout features.
Earlier on August 21, a report surfaced that shed light on Spotify‘s upcoming changes to their terms and conditions, which had some interesting bullet points.
Leading up to the launch of Apple Music, reports were surfacing suggesting that the upcoming streaming music service from Apple could force Spotify to eject its free, ad-supported tier.
Apple Music is off to a promising start, with more than 10 million users already signed up, according to a recent report. But it still has a lot of catching up to do if it wants to beat Spotify. New data suggests that the latter continues to stream around 25 times more music than Apple.
Creating playlists is as much of an art form as blowing glass. Creating the perfect playlist takes time and effort. But when you want to transfer a playlist from Spotify to Apple Music you are pretty much out of luck. You can of course recreate the playlist inside Apple Music, but that’s a hassle. However, there is an application that makes transferring playlists from Spotify to Apple Music so simple a caveman could do it.