Spotify Music App Will Launch In 13 New Countries

The popular music streaming app Spotify is set to release its official app in 13 new countries. The newly added countries are from Middle East & North Africa and there are total 13 countries which can use Spotify services. The both paid and free services will be available for customers and they can use the Spotify app on their favorite mobile platforms. Recently, Spotify has released its original app on Apple Watch Series smartwatches. At first it will give some essential options on the watch and in the next few updates it will release all the features.

Before that the largest music streaming app Spotify has been released on Samsung Gear & Galaxy Watch wearables. And now it is by default music streaming service on all Samsung smartwatches. Come to the point, newly added countries are UAE, Qatar, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Tunisia, Labnon, Jordan & Palestinian territories. In the list the UAE, Soudi Arabia & Egypt are growing market for mobile devices and other online services. Now the move of Spotify can help it to grab some premium customers.

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The charges for premium services are vary by countries. In the Saudi Arabia the app will charge SAR19.99 i. e. $5.33, in Arab Emirates it will charge AED19.99 i. e. $5.44 and in Egypt it is EGP49.99 which is nearly $2.80. There is no data for remaining countries so we haven’t mentioned thier prices here. For free version users don’t need to pay any fees, instead app will provide some ads in between the music tracks.

It is interesting that the Spotify app is not available in many major countries, including India, which is main country for online services. Anyway the users from these countries can listen their favorite songs from the huge library of songs. To download the app on your smartphone or selected smartwatches, go to App Store and search for it. It may take some time to appear in your country so wait some more days to get the app.