Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming platforms out there. You can either use it for free or opt for the premium subscription plan if you want to get rid of the restrictions and unlock the full potential of the service.
Now, Spotify has launched an exclusive standalone app ‘Spotify Kids’. This has been tailored for kids ages 3+.
You can access the app only if you have a premium Family subscription.
The content for ‘Spotify Kids’ is handpicked by a team of editors expert at curating content for kids. The content includes audio/music from brands like Nickelodeon, Disney, Discovery Kids, and Universal Pictures, as well as Public Service in Sweden and BookBeat (which is a family- and kids-oriented audio streaming service).
Technically, the app will feel and look very different compared to the primary streaming app.
It is worth noting that the service is still in beta and is only limited to Ireland (for now). It will roll out to all the markets with ‘Premium Family’ subscription available.
It should leave the beta phase soon enough when the users start giving feedback on the experience of the content available for their kids. If you don’t have a ‘Premium Family’ subscription, you will have to upgrade in order to access the app for kids on the Play Store and App Store.
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