One of the differences between Apple Music and Spotify would be its free trial period. Apple Music offers a 3 month free trial, while Spotify offers just one. However, this is kind of understandable because Spotify has a free and ad-supported listening tier, meaning that in theory, users will be able to “try” Spotify for as long as they like before they make the switch to Spotify Premium.


That being said, there is some good news for would-be Spotify Premium subscribers, because in an announcement made by Spotify, the company has revealed that they will be extending its free trial period from one month to three months, matching other services like Apple Music. According to Spotify, “Beginning August 22, eligible users will receive the first three months on us for free when they sign up for Spotify Premium. You’ll unlock a world of on-demand access to millions of hours of audio content—no matter when you sign up.”

For those who are unfamiliar with the difference between the free version of Spotify and Spotify Premium, one of the main differences would be that Premium has no ads. This means that it will offer up an uninterrupted listening experience. It will also offer on-demand music, where users will be able to choose their songs and skip tracks as often as they wish.

There will also the ability to download music and podcasts where users will be able to listen to them offline in the event that they have no internet.

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