Spotify and Apple Music clearly dominate the music streaming business in the United States, and they will only keep on growing more powerful
The Spotify download limit for offline listening has been quietly lifted, a company spokesperson told the Rolling Stone magazine.
The latest Spotify deal brings you music and TV. You get Spotify, Hulu, Showtime, all for an insane low price per month. Check it out!
Only every so often do you come across an annual deal for Spotify. This one's from Costco and even though there's a surcharge for non-members, it's good.
No need to sideload songs or use weird apps to have a song from your favorite Spotify playlist start your day. Google's native Clock app has it.
The music streaming company remains focused on growth of its user base as opposed to profits. And its recent reporting seems to put it in a good position.
Apple Music's growth was measured to be faster than Spotify's in the United States earlier this year and it could go faster through the year.
Why doesn't it allow downloads? It would make sense for people who are on tight data plans. In any case, it's in testing right now.
Just like top rivals Spotify and Apple Music, Pandora now offers a low-cost family subscription with unlimited skips, offline listening and no ads for up to six users.
Oddly enough, Spotify was very close to target with market expectations and could have done better with more favorable currency fluctuations. But alas, shareholders went crazy and drove prices south.
Look for a new, redesigned Spotify app for iOS and Android in the "coming weeks", providing free access to select on-demand playlists, as well as a more personalized music streaming experience through and through.
On this week's show, Apple continues to ruffle feathers for the way it conducts business and gets away with it. Meanwhile, another dirty secret about Android slips loose.
Loudr helps cover artists manage intellectual property rights and works to get royalties for mechanical rights from platforms such as Spotify.
Playback control freedom and destined playlist curation for free? Perhaps. Spotify is preparing to raise another crop of users.
You no longer have to be a student to combine Spotify Premium and Hulu Limited Commercials service with a big monthly discount.
Seems like Spotify likes not only to test its marketing apparatuses out, but tease our minds with new hardware that it has wanted to put out.
New York will be the setting for this event and everyone's speculating about the hardware. For sure, this event's about hardware, right?
The New York Stock Exchange announced that Spotify shares would launch on Tuesday at $132, but it started the day closer to $166.
These users either hotwired their apps or accounts to skip past paying $9.99 a month for Spotify Premium, the company claims in its IPO filing.
The company reports in a government filing that CEO Daniel Ek is eligible to sell nearly 16 million of those shares alone.
The music streaming company is asking individual investors who are looking more for growth than profits to look into getting shares.
2 billion subscribers is what Apple's senior vice president for internet software and services Eddy Cue believes is what the world has out there for paid music streaming appetite.
Nothing about these postings define the product in question, which Spotify is eager to put out but has yet to confirm anything about.