It has been a week since the Spotify launched in India, and it surely seems to have been a good week for the music streaming service. Company has confirmed that it has clocked 1 million users in the first week of launch in India. Spotify in India is focusing on regional language content as well. Spotify will be available as apps for your smartphone and tablet. Spotify will have to contend with competition from Gaana.
However, Spotify in India is focusing on regional language content as well, which means apart from Hindi, you will access a huge library of music in Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu.
In India, Spotify charges a lot lesser than it does in the US, for instance. You start off with a 30-day free trial for the Spotify Premium service, post which you will pay Rs 119 per month for full access to all the music and the premium features in the app. There is also the option of doing a pre-paid sign-up to Premium for specific durations—for instance, Spotify Premium for 1 day, it will cost you Rs 13. A week-long premium subscription is priced at Rs 39, a monthly subscription is priced at Rs 129, its Rs 389 for 3 months, Rs 719 for 6 months and Rs 1189 for an year.
At this time, Spotify will be available as apps for your smartphone and tablet (free download for Android and iOS), Windows 10 PCs, macOS computing devices, Android TV, Sony PlayStation, Microsoft Xbox and also available via the web browser. Spotify is also compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in-car infotainment platforms.