Currently, Spotify has mobile apps that are free to download; however, most streaming capabilities are only available for paid customers.
Spotify has rolled out a new set of analytics tools specifically for artists that have music featured on the streaming service, the company announced today.
What will Spotify use another $250 million for? The answer isn’t entirely clear, but here are a few things Spotify may need more capital for.
Google finally released its Google Play Music app for iOS today, with unlimited songs, custom radio stations, no skip limits, smart recommendations based on the music you like and listen too, and more.
Music Unlimited will stream in the background, and Video Unlimited will load videos very quickly.
Currently, you can listen to music in Spotify. Or iTunes. Or YouTube, Soundcloud, Rdio, and any of a dozen other places. Listn, however, is aiming to aggregate all those musical silos into one simplified place to enjoy music — and chat about it.
Soon you should start to see yet another button next to a person’s name on the web that will help you to follow their activity — but this time, you’ll only want to click if their taste in music matches your own.
Streaming music service Rdio has updated its customized radio stations to add more features and top billing, a clear push to attract listeners of Pandora to its apps.
icrosoft has launched a new web-based version of its Xbox Music app, a move to take on other streaming music services such as Spotify, Rdio, and Rhapsody.
If you’d like to work for Twitter, live in L.A., and don’t know a join from a conditional but have good connections in the U.S. music industry, you’re in luck.
An Apple entry into the streaming music market is kind of a big deal. Now it looks to be one step closer to reality.
You can now jam out to the same tunes as Tony Versetti and Carl “CJ” Johnson.
Given that this is the first increase in more than a decade, the music industry has a legitimate reason to scream, and shout, and let it all out.
Social music service Soundrop announced this morning that it has launched listening rooms on Facebook, which means that artists — and fans — can create social music spaces where they can listen to music together, chat, and vote on what they want to hear next.
Very few companies have ever had such a crazy, tortuous, long pivot as Pandora.
Facebook touted new stats around the crop of social newtork-enhanced music applications helping its members stream and share songs. Apparently, song plays through Timeline apps in the past 13 months have amounted to about 210,000 years worth of music.
Did you hear? Spotify is preparing to launch a browser-based of its music streaming service.