. Netflix Hulu. . YouTube Spotify???
Ever since Spotify first entered the market back in 2008 it's
slowly been making a name for itself as the most popular music streaming service. (Sorry, iTunes.)
High-profile contract disagreements with celebs and Taylor Swift have given the music player Adele some strong headlines, but it looks like they're ready to get some attention all on their own.
Related: T.Swift Accidentally Returned To Spotify For 3 Days Last Month!
Starting next week, users will be able to play videos and podcasts on the Spotify App!
And we're not just talking music videos — channels like
BBC, Vice, ESPN, and Comedy Central will all be offering up clips from your favorite TV shows to watch on your mobile devices.
The new service has been tested on some Android and iOS users in Sweden already, but
music lovers in the UK and US can expect to start Spotify's latest feature by the end of next week.
Tidal had an effect on them after all…
Ch-ch-check out Spotify's original video announcement of the update (below)!!!
Unfortunately, desktop users will not be able to access the video function… but as a trade-off there won't be video ads on the app regardless if you pay for a premium
subscription or not!
Are U at all interested in this new kind of Spotify??
Image via Spotify/.]
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