Spotify for Kids app launches in beta, starting in Ireland
Posted on: 30 octobre 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

Spotify now has 248 million monthly active users, but how many of them are children? We don’t know, and neither does Spotify: its minimum age varies across the world, but the lowest is 13 years old with parent or guardian consent.
Anecdotally, though, plenty of parents have ignored this stipulation and added under-13s to their family plan subscriptions – not least to keep their own recommendation algorithms free of any ‘Baby Shark’ or ‘Let It Go’ influence.
Today, Spotify is offering an official way for those children to listen to its service. It’s launching a new app called Spotify Kids, designed to be used by children aged three and up, as part of the existing Spotify Premium Family plan. The new app launches in beta in Ireland tomorrow, with plans to roll it out elsewhere soon.
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