On Thursday, Spotify began offering two new deals that should tempt free users to give the paid version a shot. Users in all markets other than Japan have until June 30th, to take advantage of these offers. While Apple Music has become the music streamer to beat in the United States, Spotify is still the undisputed king internationally. Even amidst the uncertainty of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Spotify met or exceeded all of its most important metrics, and expects to see continued growth in the second quarter.
Sophie Lynx. Age: 31. EXCLUSIVE PORN STAR ESCORT SOPHIE LYNX available for local meetings. Services: Sex In Different Positions, Oral, Oral With Condom, Kissing, Kissing With Tounge, Cum On Body, Deep French Kiss, 69 Position, Extra Ball, Erotic Massage, Striptease.
Follow The Verge online:
Start your free trial.
Amazon Music Unlimited - now free for 3 months
Amazon Music Unlimited is now offering a three-month free trial to all new users for a short time, giving music lovers around the world access to one of the world's largest streaming music platforms. The saving is just the bonus here however, the real value is full ad-free access to Amazon Music Unlimited's million strong library of tunes. If you've been curious about the service so far, then now's a fantastic chance to check out Amazon's premier service and enjoy all those tunes interrupted - because we all know that nothing's more annoying than ads when you're discovering something new. Aside from being ad-free, there's also a couple of cool features on Amazon Music to check out - namely the curated playlists and offline functionality, which is useful if you're looking to save data. It also lets you stream directly onto your Alexa devices at home, which is fantastic if you've happened to pick up an Echo device in the latest Amazon summer sale. Since this offer is entirely free, and you can cancel your subscription immediately and still reap the rewards, we say go for it. Remember, though, Amazon will roll your subscription onto a paid plan after your three months is up, so if you don't want to be charged anything, make sure you cancel before your time is up.
Spotify is CNET's favorite music streaming service , and right now it's my favorite as well -- because they're giving it away. For a limited time, you can sign up to get three months of Spotify Premium absolutely free. This is offer is for current Spotify Free users or first-time Spotify Premium subscribers. Whichever way you go, at the start of month four you'll start getting billed at the regular rate, unless you cancel.