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Spotify launches standalone app aimed at children

Wednesday 30 October 2019 | 15:46 CET | News
Spotify is planning to introduce a new app developed especially for children, with additional safety features. The app has launched in beta in Ireland, and should go to all markets with Premium Family over the coming months. As the app evolves, Spotify will roll out more customisable parental settings and controls.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Disney / Spotify
Countries: Ireland / World
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