Want to stream some good music? Spotify has been, for better or worse, one of the kings of music subscription services for years now, but if you’re just now coming around to the green dot, here’s what you need to know.
Spotify revealed that it crossed 50 million paid subscribers. 2016 was a great year for streaming services in general, and Spotify is now looking to continue its momentum by testing a lossless tier with CD quality audio.
The game has changed in the streaming music world over the past year, with more services than ever opening up to Canadians (and some, sadly, closing down). What's the best one for your hard-earned money? Let's take a look.
One of the biggest holdouts for Chromecast support — Spotify — can finally take advantage of Google's excellent streaming protocol. But it's not quite as simple as it could be (or should be, perhaps), as there are a few caveats to how things are going to work.
Shazam has announced tighter integration with Rdio and Spotify, bringing the ability to add tracks from Shazam to playlists on both services for free users, as well as offering a 48-hour free trial to Rdio Unlimited for users who sign up within Shazam.