Sweden based music streaming application Spotify is finally launched in India on the App Store and Google Play. The application is currently free to download and Spotify is additionally giving Indian users an all-inclusive taste of its offering as several international restrictions of the app are not applicable in India including limited song skips and individual song selection.
Spotify has redone its browse section — known as “search” since the application update in April a year ago — to cater specifically to Indian tastes, with segments, for example, Bollywood, Punjabi, Tamil, and Telugu music aside genres and collections for example: pop, sentiment, party, hip-jump, R&B, K-pop, reggae, exercise, chill, center, rest, summer, supper, jazz, gaming, soul, established, latin, metal, kids, blues, funk, punk, travel, satire, nation, and society and acoustic among others. Spotify will also provide access to podcasts.
Price to use the premium version of Spotify is 119 INR per month, which is almost the same as Apple Music. You can also buy one day, seven days, and one, three and a half year of Spotify for Rs. 13, Rs. 39, Rs. 129, Rs. 389, and Rs. 719, separately. You can pay for an entire year of Spotify forthright, for Rs. 1,189.
There’s even a 50% discount on Spotify student membership plan.