Spotify is launched here: Listen to 20 million songs for free and legally, too
Published on Apr 16, 2013 4:58 PM
Popular music streaming service Spotify is now available in Singapore and users can listen to more than 20 million songs online for free without infringing intellectual property copyrights.
Besides current English pop hits by the likes of Justin Timberlake and Drake, users can also stream Asian pop singers ranging from Mandopop superstar Jay Chou and K-pop group Girls' Generation to Malaysian singer Yuna and Singapore acts such as indie band Obedient Wives Club.
Non-paying users can access the music only via the service's ad-supported software installed on their laptops or desktop computers.
To listen to the songs commercial-free and on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers, music fans have to pay a $9.90 monthly subscription.
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