The Spotify Premium three month free trial has made a comeback simply in time for Easter. The main music streaming app is as soon as once more providing three months of access to Spotify Premium – price virtually £30 – to new prospects who have not tried out the service. This deal is operating till May 12 and can allow you to access a library of over 82million songs and greater than 3.6million podcasts with out paying a single penny.
You may even have the ability to hear to ad-free music and obtain tracks to the Spotify app to hear offline.
Spotify’s newest free supply may tempt loads of prospects over who have been considering of making an attempt out the app’s large rivals Apple Music and Amazon Music Unlimited.
That’s as a result of anybody fascinated with one among these providers will get much more access for free with Spotify.
Apple Music and Amazon Music Unlimited are each operating free trials in the meanwhile as nicely however these solely final for one month.
The Spotify Premium three month free trial is out there on the Individual plan, which because the title suggests affords access for just one account.
Once the three month free interval is up auto-renew will kick in and you will be charged £9.99 monthly.
So if you do not need to proceed utilizing Spotify after your free trial ends be sure you cancel earlier than then.
Spotify is additionally providing free trials on different plans, however these solely run for one month.
The different free trials are for the Duo plan (which affords access to two Premium accounts for £13.99 monthly), the Family plan (which affords access for up to six accounts for £16.99 monthly) and the Student plan (which affords reduced-price access for college students at £5.99 monthly).
As with the Individual free trial, as soon as the one month free interval is up with the Duo, Family or Student plans auto-renew will kick in so you may want to cancel earlier than then if you do not need to pay a single penny.
In different Spotify information, the world’s standard music streaming app just lately pushed out an replace that Android customers will want to obtain.
Recently people who have telephones which run the Google-made OS have reported a weird Spotify bug the place the Now Playing bar utterly disappeared even when music was taking part in on the app.
If you’ve got been hit by this bug you then’ll be happy to know you possibly can obtain a patch is rolling out which addresses this downside.
Outlining the issue in a submit on-line, Spotify stated: “Hey folks, we have received reports that Android users (mostly Samsung users) are unable to see the Now Playing bar on the app whenever they play songs/podcasts.”
In a later replace the Spotify staff went on to add: “A number of Spotify users on Android devices may have experienced issues with the Now Playing View and music playback.
“A repair has now been carried out and is rolling out to all customers.”