Spotify today announced its plans to launch a new high-end subscription service, Spotify HiFi, along with other new features and updates, including a new Podcast Morning Show, content deals and features for creators. Spotify HiFi will allow Spotify’s premium subscribers to launch in premium markets later this year, allowing them to listen to music in “CD-quality, lossless audio format”.
The news was announced at Spotify’s online event, “Stream On.”
The company said that high-quality music streaming had been one of the most requested features of frequent users, and also avoided the power of high-quality audio by roping in Billy Ellish to comment on Spotify during the Livestream event Given.
Spotify also stated that the HiFi service service will work on devices including Spotify Connect-enabled speakers. It also said that it is working with some of the world’s largest speaker manufacturers to make Spotify HiFi accessible to more fans than Spotify.
But Spotify’s news was to shed light on details that users really want to know – such as pricing, launch date, or even which markets will support the new subscription for the launch. We understand that the offer of membership will be higher than the premium, obviously, the exact price will vary by market. It will also be marketed as a premium “add-on.”
The company also introduced an update on its existing artist shows today, stating that it had first added 76,000 artists to the playlist and highlighted 175 up-and-coming artists through its Radar program, which provided editorial and marketing support Provides. It also details how artists were using new tools such as enhanced albums, and its stories feature, Clips, which it says will soon roll out more artists.
And it planned to expand access to its service’s global footprint, saying that, over the next few days, it would expand into new markets that would allow it to reach more than one billion people worldwide, of which About half are already in use. Internet.
In favor of the podcast, Spotify announced a new morning show, “The Get Up”, and signed a new multi-year content deal with the Russo Brothers.
On its Podcast Creation app, Anchor, Spotify, said that it is with WordPress to turn on text in audio, add video to their podcasts and access real-time communication with polls to access new interactive features such as Election and Q&A Is partnering for
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