One of the most popular music streaming services out there is finally going to make an entrance in Canada. Spotify launch in Canada has now been confirmed. The service has put up a registration page for those who want to try the service before it is formally opened up to the public. They can submit their email addresses for a chance to get an invite to test Spotify in Canada prior to its public launch.
Spotify hasn’t said as yet when it intends to officially launch the service north of the border, so its unclear for how long these invited users will be able to try out the service prior to its launch.
The music streaming service had first hinted back in 2012 that it would expand in Canada however it didn’t make the move while its rivals such as Google Play Music, Rdio and Deezer wasted no time in catering to that market. Spotify now promises that it will provide an experience that is curated for local tastes and culture, so users can expect great local content and local curation of music discovery.
The Spotify app has already going live for iOS in the Canadian App Store, interested users can download it now and wait for their invite. Spotify says that it will gradually invite users to scale the service in the “most manageable way possible.”