Spotify Hits 100 Million Paid Subscribers

Spotify has reached a major milestone today, with over 100 million users using the App’s Premium membership. The sources claim that the company has been able to get around two million more users signups after the music streaming app’s launch in India. This is great news for Spotify as we could see the numbers rising even further in the coming months. Read More

Instagram Users Can Now Use Quiz Sticker In Stories

Instagram has added a new feature today that will let users share a customized Quiz sticker in their Stories. They can ask any questions along with the options, which can be then answered by their friends who view these Stories. The company has added the Polls stickers for Stories a few years back and now this new addition makes the App even more engaging for the followers. Read More

$2 Free Monthly Super Chat Credit Is Now Available For YouTube Premium Users

YouTube is testing a new feature that allows the users of YouTube Premium to have a free credit of $2 monthly which can be used in Super Chats to gift their favorite creators. Some of the Premium users who got the notification for the credits seemed to be pretty excited about this new feature. They also shared images proving that it is actually being implemented by this popular Google owned video streaming service. Read More

Amazon Echo Users Can Now Listen To Ad-Supported Free Music

Good news for users of Echo smart speakers as Amazon has announced that they will be providing free music service with ads running alongside. As of now, users could only play music on these speakers if they have subscribed to the Amazon Prime Music service that costs around $3.99 per month. The free music catalogue will offer around 2 million songs from the same list of songs that are available on Prime. Read More

Xbox Is Bringing “Forza Street” Racing Game To Android Soon

Xbox announced today that they are releasing a free-to-play racing game – Forza Street, for PC, Android and iOS. The desktop version for Windows 10 is now available and the iOS and Android versions will be launched by the end of this year. The game is basically a spin-off to the actual Forza franchise and you get to race all the vehicles right away. Read More