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Spotify Plans To Transform Free Music Service

Big news in the Spotify world. Recently the company went public and now there is news saying that Spotify is planning on changing its free music service. According to Bloomberg Technology, Spotify is planning on making the service more convenient for cell phone users.

The majority of Spotify users are not paid subscribers therefore it is Spotify’s goal to gain more subscribers in the upcoming future and year. The new transformation of the free music service will make the free version easier to use and have available more tracks that the listeners want to listen to. Currently, if you are a non-subscriber, you can only listen to playlists on shuffle, which causes headaches to many.

Though many musicians and labels are not happy with the free service that Spotify offers, it seemed that it will stay for at least a while. Keep an eye out for official announcements and changes coming soon.

What do you think about this Spotify transformation? Let us know in the comments below!

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