Popular music streaming service Spotify is now available in Japan and the service is available on an invite only basis at the moment.
Spotify is available on smartphones, tablets, desktop computers and also PlayStation consoles in Japan.
“We’re incredibly excited to launch Spotify with a uniquely Japanese music experience,” says Spotify’s CEO and Founder, Daniel Ek. “With Spotify’s revolutionary discovery and personalization features that fit your every mood, we aim to help people enjoy more music and connect more artists with fans than ever before.”
Spotify is the first music streaming service in Japan to offer both a free-to-the-user ad-supported music service and a fully featured ad-free subscription service. Users can listen for free, or alternatively upgrade to Spotify Premium for only 980 yen a month.
You can find out more details about the launch of Spotify in Japan over at the company’s website at the link below.
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