Phoner, 01 Aug 2017Dude , because with Spotify Premium you can play your music offline and in order to use Youtub... moreyup ! I do agree with this, you can play music in OFFLINE mode, so you don't need connection to play your playlist, the best !!!! : )
ImJoaquinTheDog, 01 Aug 2017I still never get why people would pay so much for music streaming services. I just stream ove... moreDude , because with Spotify Premium you can play your music offline and in order to use Youtube you must has WiFi because using Mobile data if you don't have an unlimited data plan or a least a higher GB mount you have nothing. That's why having spotify offline is better than using Youtube :D
ImJoaquinTheDog, 01 Aug 2017I still never get why people would pay so much for music streaming services. I just stream ove... moreI use the Apple Music Service for streaming. (And no.I DON'T HAVE AN IPHONE!) AND also youtube for streaming. All the fun of Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, Jango, and others. Is to enable listening to music while you're outside the app. Is it possible to play music on youtube while you're OUTSIDE the app? No.
Also, yes. They are that bad because you just wanna listen to music, and not hear in the middle "New! Come and buy a Subaru!" Or other shit. That pisses people off. That's why they prefer payment. If it disables the ads
I'd say the price do have quite some value for those who hears music very often like me... that's why I'm sticking with Spotify.
Hardly amazing news. They always offer something like 3 months for peanuts. They did it back in June so that's why so many are paying.
Anonymous, 01 Aug 2017Waste of money stupid pplLess than $4 a month for family of 5-6 profiles, with whichever music era or genre. I discovered new music I like. It's a deal for me.
You can still do the free with commercials, but being able to download to listen is something. I'd rather pay than source-downloading.
I still never get why people would pay so much for music streaming services. I just stream over YouTube. Most music on the site that isn't uploaded by the musician/record company doesn't have ads on them. Besides, are ads really that bad?
Oh, 60M paying subscribers, definitely a remarkable achievement.