Spotify is the leader in streaming music, things as they are. There are interesting alternatives like Apple Music and the variants that even Amazon offers its customers. However, none offers as many alternatives and compatibility as Spotify, and there is its angular leg, in Spotify Connect and in the multiplatform system. Maybe that's why there is no virus that could have with Spotify that continues to grow, the company has recently reached 150 million paid users, will they make it profitable once and for all? Because surprisingly, despite this the firm does not obtain particularly striking results.
This growth of Spotify supposes a 31% if we compare it with the last year, in this way the benefits rise 22%, all this coinciding with the expectations that the analysts had already put on the most popular streaming music service. This represents more than double the number of paid subscribers than Apple Music, which currently has around 60 million. What is not clear is how the virus will affect the future of Spotify considering that one of the main characteristics that propitiate the payment of this service is that of being able to listen to music “offline”. However, I find it hard to believe that a closed month is enough to cancel the subscription, especially since there are many more added values.
Be that as it may, I understand that those who cancel their subscription for these reasons will return once the “doors are opened” on the street. Be that as it may, Spotify continues to grow in an era where digital music makes more and more sense, especially since alternatives like YouTube offer a huge amount of ads that start to make it unbearable to use the application to listen to music even at home. Have you canceled your subscription to any service?