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Dance Away the Cabin Fever with Spotify Kids


Most of our time has been spent inside these last few weeks. However, we can now shake off the jitters in a kid-friendly way with the release of Spotify Kids. Spotify’s first standalone app for children is now live in the U.S.

Spotify Kids is exclusive to Spotify Premium Family subscribers and designed specifically for children ages three and older, developed with safety and privacy at the top of mind. It’s an ad-free experience where young listeners can explore singalongs, soundtracks and stories either on their own, or with family. All of the content is handpicked by experienced editors, ensuring the content available is kid appropriate.

“Spotify Premium Family, now with Spotify Kids, helps families listen both together and individually. Parents can reclaim their own Spotify libraries and all the personalization that they love, while their kids can develop a love for music and stories through an experience that’s designed just for them,” says Spotify’s Chief Premium Business Officer Alex Norström.

For more information, visit spotify.com/family.

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31 Mar 2020


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