U.S. Welcome Spotify Today.

U.S. Welcome Spotify Today.After months of speculation and rumors, much vaunted European music service Spotify is coming to the U.S. with the four major labels on board.

Starting Today, people in the U.S. be able to register for both levels of care service Spotify:

$ 4.99 a month for unlimited ad-free service, and $ 9.99 per month for the premium mobile service.

Its free service, which limits hear something, be extended to the invited users through the coming weeks, as we heard this week.

We want to see how it goes,

said Ken Parks, Chief Content Officer of Spotify.

It is not unusual for the services to do so. We want the test, allow users to play with him.

The service will be available on all platforms which currently have in Europe – iPhone, Android, Symbian, Windows Phone and Palm – and consumer electronics devices like Sonos.

The launch, Spotify will be the only free, on-demand service available in the U.S. mobile and desktop (Slacker Radio has a level of freedom, but not for listening on-demand), which will certainly make it attractive to users.

Spotify is just a better experience,
says Parks when asked how he feels Spotify enter a market already saturated with music subscription services. “It’s lightning fast.’s Dead easy to use. We’ve made it easy to share music. And we’ve made it extremely easy to share your collection with friends. Free is also a great value.”Spotify Parks says his goal is to capitalize on rumors about the product launch in order to promote knowledge. Recently, All Things Digital marketing unearthed documents showing that Spotify is very optimistic about the number of members provided with the aim of bringing 50 million U.S. users in a year.

Currently, “Spotify” has a million paying subscribers in the United Kingdom, Finland, France, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway and Spain, so the number of 50 million seems a little inflated. However, service integration with Facebook will help raise awareness drive to its existence as a shared music begins to appear through the social currents of the users.

Parks was mum when it came to rumors that “Spotify” and Facebook are teaming up to launch a streaming music service.

It’s not secret that we have worked together in the past and have a great relationship,

he says.

We continue to work together and have a great relationship.


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