Spotify has opened up its music services in India for a first time.
Users can now stream their music to the internet via the Spotify app, which has been made available for both Android and iPhone users.
Spotify also announced that it will soon offer its own music streaming service in India, where it has been unavailable since January 2017.
Spotify will make its own version of its Spotify Music service available in India by the end of March, according to Spotify CEO Daniel Ek.
Spotify will allow its users to play any track or album, or add a collection of their own, for a fixed fee of Rs. 2.99 per month.
Users will also be able to search by artist, album or track and will be able purchase music through its online store.
Users can stream music directly from Spotify’s mobile app on Android, iOS and Windows 10 phones, laptops, tablets, smart TVs and games consoles.
Spotify announced the launch of the Spotify Music app last week, and will launch its own app in India in the first half of 2019.
The app will also offer more streaming options, including live events, curated playlists and music recommendations, and a new option for users to listen to their own music.
The new Spotify app has been designed to be easy to use and has a more modern look.
Spotify users will be given a free Spotify Premium account, which will give them access to Spotify’s unlimited music library.
Spotify Music is the first Spotify app to come to India, as well as Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal Music.
The Spotify app offers two basic streams, which are the standard Spotify app and a premium version.
Spotify Premium offers an option for music users to purchase the song on their own account, and has been available for Android and iOS since January of last year.
Users will be offered an option to buy a music collection of any song for a limited time.
Spotify is also adding a selection of curated playlist options, which can be purchased individually, or for a fee.
The selection of music available on Spotify will vary based on the artist, and the user will be asked to purchase a song to complete the collection.
Users who purchase a curated playlist can also search for their own curated playlist or listen to a curated collection.
Spotify says the curated play list is currently available in the United States, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Australia, the Netherlands, Brazil, Spain, Japan and Australia.
The company also says it plans to add a curated play playlist to its online service in the coming weeks.
Users must have an existing Spotify Premium membership to stream music.
Spotify said it would continue to offer unlimited music to all users.