Now Spotify has declared that they are going to release their app in India. After a little rollout yesterday. People from India now, able to grant access to a host of countries particular feature which includes, for the first time, it gives you, permission to play your favorite song, as you wish within a given period of free account trial in the mobile app.
Besides this specific new feature, there are more than 40 million Indian songs, in the Spotify app, songs include Hindi, Punjabi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam languages, and the best feature, it will also show you the trending songs according to the cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and selected as well as organized playlist that is specific to the country, such as Tamil and Bollywood Butter. Because, as we know that cinema is such a primary portion of the music landscape in India, there is a huge portion of the playlist that features almost every song from Bollywood, Tollywood, Kollywood, and Punjabi actors. Spotify’s best course of action must include songs from Indian movies and actors.
Spotify – Host Of Country’s Particular Feature
Especially, a missing feature from Spotify is music from Warner’s publishing division, Warner/Chappell Music, an American music publishing company, due to an ongoing legal battle between the two big companies in term of the licensing agreement.
There are several plans announced by the Spotify. The service plan cost 199 rupees (around $1.67 per month), but Spotify also think for the middle-class person and also provide the capability to purchase the subscription plan for a single day at a cost of 13 rupees which cost around $0.18, and plan for 1 week will cost you for 39 rupees ($0.55), and plan for a single month for 129 rupees ($1.81), between several plans. But most profitable offers provided by Spotify are for the student, as Spotify gives a big discount of flat 50% off per month.
The main reason behind the Spotify app launch in India is just to give strong competition to its rivals such as Apple Music, Google Play/YouTube Music, JioSaavn, Gaana, and Amazon, exceptionally favorite as it costs around 999 rupees per year (almost $14 per year) and also involves free delivery on orders, Prime Video, Prime Reading, additional discounts, and Prime Music. Best music app till now.
In one of the statements by the CEO Daniel Ek of Spotify said, “India has an incredibly rich music culture and to better serve this market, we’re launching a custom-built experience.