With growing smartphones and internet connectivity, the desire for on-demand services is surely increasing. From Netflix to Amazon Prime, people are not only availing video streaming subscriptions but the audio too.
Spotify Launched in India With Diverse Plans For All
One such audio-on-demand provider is Spotify. A Swedish platform with millions of songs and thousands of podcasts has just entered the Indian market.
Spotify said “Our music recommendation engine can now be tuned to Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, and Telugu. Indian users can select their preferred language(s) to receive tailored Daily Mix, Home, Radio, Search results and recommendations.”
If you’re new, you can personalize your playlist according to the genre, language, and artists. You can listen to most of the songs for free, but for some exclusives, you’re supposed to upgrade for premium. There are diverse plans to choose from.
Considering a big market, Spotify rolls out daily, weekly, monthly and annual plans for India. Here are they:
- Per day – 13/-
- Per week – 39/-
- Per month – 129/-
- Three months – 389/-
- Six months – 719/-
- Annual – 1188/-
Upon launching, Amarjit Singh Batra (Managing Director of Spotify India) said: “Through our unmatched personalized experience, we want users to find the best music from India and the world, and empower Indian artists to find new audiences in India and worldwide.”
Besides Spotify, there’s another big app has its record touched.
Just in, Tik Tok reached one-billion downloads from Playstore and Appstore. In which, a quarter (250M) are from India.
And if you’re a student, you can avail the best out of it. Students subscribing Spotify can get 50% off on subscriptions! Cool isn’t it?
All you have to do is to provide some proofs (ID card) and pay for premium. Starts from 59/- a month.
When there are other players in the market like Gaana, Wynk, Google Play Music etc, what do you think about Spotify’s future? Let us know below.