Spotify, the world’s most popular podcasting platform, has announced the addition of 11 languages to its mobile app, bringing the total number of languages supported by the platform to 74.
Spotify users can now enjoy an improved experience in their primary language, as the mobile app includes Saudi, Egyptian and Moroccan Arabic, Spanish (Argentina and Mexico), Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong), Basque, Bosnian and English (UK) ), in addition to Galician, and finally the Macedonian language. .
This expansion provides a tailored experience for Spotify users, enabling Spotify users around the world to enjoy the platform in their native language.
Audio streaming platform “Spotify” earlier launched an audiobook service in the US, a new step in its strategy to offer all types of audio products in one place.
The site announced in a statement that it currently serves about 300,000 audiobooks to its users in the United States. An audiobook can be purchased on the Internet through a specific page, that is, from outside the application.
Other sites such as subscriptions to Netflix use this technology to avoid paying commissions to smartphone operators such as Apple (iOS) and Google (Android).
Spotify confirmed that audiobooks are a key focus of its expansion plan. Last year, the group acquired Findway, which specializes in audiobooks.
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