Swedish music streaming platform Spotify, which made its debut in India last week, has reportedly registered over one million users, reports telecom talk.
“One week since its launch, Spotify now has more than one million Indian users, across both its Free and Premium tiers,” a company spokesperson was quoted as saying to the IANS.
Spotify arrived in India last week with all-new features, including services for regional music, offering big competition to music streaming services like Gaana, Saavn, Apple Music and Amazon Music.
Spotify offers more than four crore songs and 300 crore playlists for music fans in the country.
Initially, the company had a tough time when, WMG filed for an injunction in the Bombay High Court over licensing rights. The Spotify app now available on mobile, desktop and tablet is free to download, and it will cost Rs 119 a month for an upgrade Spotify Premium.
Spotify’s music recommendation engine can be tuned to Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu. For the first month, Spotify is offering its premium service for free, post which users will be charged Rs 119 per month.
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