Spotify Kids App Is Now Available In the US, France, and Canada


Spotify Kids app which was launched back in October last year was only available to use in Ireland until now. But now, the company has expanded its reach by launching in three more countries that include the US, Canada, and France.

For those who don’t know what this Spotify Kids app, it is a standalone app from Spotify which is linked to a Spotify Premium Family account. The company launched this app to offer a protected listening environment to kids without compromising the parent’s music recommendations. 

Spotify Kids app offers three layers of protection compared to the standard one:

  • No ads of any kind
  • All content is human-curated as suitable for children
  • COPPA-compliant privacy protection

In the five months since launching, Spotify says the app now has more than 8,000 songs in its catalog, an increase of 30 percent, and 50 percent of that content is localized. Spotify mentioned that its Kids app features over 60 hours of audiobooks and stories, as well as more bedtime contents. 

Being specific to the US, the Spotify Kids app will feature 125 playlists, including themes like Spanish-language, country, Christian, Motown, and a soul dance party, as well as playlists tied to cultural moments. 

Spotify Kids app is now available in the US, Canada, and France. To get it running for your Kids, you need to download it from Google Play Store or App Store depending upon the platform you are using. Once downloaded, you need to set up a Kids account, which requires your Spotify Premium Family account details.

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