Spotify has been beta-testing its family-friendly app that is mainly targeted at kids. Currently available in selected countries only, the music streaming app can now be downloaded and used by your children. You can use the service if you subscribe to their family package that costs $14.99/month in the US or £14.99/mo in the UK.
Along with the recent pandemic, the app has boosted its content by 30% and added new playlists such as “Wash Your Hands”. Spotify’s newest post on their blog wrote, “Now, at a time when so many kids are home from school, we’re bringing the experience to even more people as the app rolls out in the U.S., Canada, and France.”
The app also has multiple playlists of different hubs, such as Learning that includes tracks that teach kids the alphabets, how to count and such. There is also calm music that parents can play for their toddlers or babies to help them sleep.
The app also has music and songs free of expletives from children’s favorite shows from Nickelodeon, Disney, and Discovery Kids. The family account allows up to 6 people to connect at the same time aside from the Kids’ service.