- News tagged "spotify"
Friday, 24 Jun 2016
Adele's 25 is finally available to stream on platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play Music. That was a seven-month long wait folks, in case anyone was counting.
Tuesday, 24 May 2016
Spotify has upgraded its family plan to match Apple Music's offering. The new family plan now costs only S$14.98/month for six users, and represents a huge improvement over its predecessor.
Tuesday, 10 May 2016
It looks like Apple Music is not the behemoth that it once looked like it could be. According to Spotify VP Jonathan Forster, Spotify has been adding users more quickly since Apple Music launched last June.
Spotify is expanding its presence in videos with plans for 12 original series which will revolve around music and pop culture. Read on to find out more!
Wednesday, 27 Apr 2016
Spotify users might want to consider changing their passwords. Though there isn’t official word of any security breaches from the company, it’s better to err on the side of caution. More details after the jump.
Wednesday, 23 Mar 2016
Spotify CEO Daniel Ek announced on his Twitter that the streaming music service now has 30 million paid subscribers. Apparently, the launch of Apple Music did not affect its growth.
Saturday, 27 Feb 2016
Singtel’s new S$7.90/month data plan include a premium subscription to either Spotify, KKBOX, or AMPed, and unlimited song streaming at no extra cost that keeps your existing data allotment untouched. Read here for details.
Thursday, 25 Feb 2016
Spotify chooses Google over Amazon for its cloud services, marking a significant victory for web giant.
This morning, we were at the official launch of Singtel Music. It’s touted to be the first service in Singapore to offer streaming music without local data charges. Read on for more exciting details!
Sunday, 21 Feb 2016
Popular music streaming service Spotify has been a new target lately as account details have surfaced again on Pastebin, some of which are Spotify Premium accounts. Would these incidents undermine Spotify's credibility? And more importantly, how can you check if you've been affected? Read on.