Spotify is speeding up the rollout of Spotify kids, as millions of children are forced to stay home during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The app is now coming to the US, Canada, and France. The app was first launched in Ireland in October 2019.
With Spotify Kids, children will be able to listen to their own music, both online and offline, and explore playlists and recommendations picked by experts. Spotify Kids is a standalone app, available on iOS and Android, but only to Spotify Premium Family subscribers.
Since it was launched last October, the app added over 8,000 songs to its catalog and 50% of that content is localized. The app also offers 60 hours of audiobooks and stories, as well as bedtime content such as lullabies, calming music and sounds, and bedtime stories.
In the US specifically, Spotify Kids will offer 125 playlists, including themes like Spanish-language, country, Christian, Motown, and a soul dance party, as well as playlists tied to cultural moments like the Trolls World Tour.
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