The music platform, Spotify, has been tired of users who spread advertising and their. begin to take drastic steps.
At times, Spotify likes one of the best times of the time it has been. Almost 13 years have passed since its launch in 2006, and today there is a good deal of income for the company, 96 million users who have a good deal. pay subscription and reputation all over the world. However, something has been like a stone in the shoe for a & # 39; company: ad blockers.
If you are a subscriber user, this fact may not be so familiar. When you listen to Spotify for free, the platform often adds an advertisement advertising invitation to become a subscriber. For some of this, it's so hard for them to install programs that help to & # 39; jump any air easily. In fact, unpaid.
Of course, this is something that does not like Spotify. These practices are not new, so their company must live for many years. However, now has the same identity of the group, He finally decided to take bad steps.
Patience was running out
Spotify recently announced that it will start a program closure process that uses program to block advertising. There will be no warning or warning: those offenders will see that their account is denied.
A few months ago Digiday published that Spotify was now working on the Software that was in the " going to find out what the company was "an inappropriate opinion". At that time, the efforts to reach and develop a reliable search system were very spectacular. After that, The problem was not small: at least two million users were blocking ads.
Previously Spotify gave some of these activities to this type of offender. However, just what he did so far just sent out a message that he had found "an unusual activity" in the bid. In addition, he said that there was no need to worry, and he would kindly ask for the change to change and download the application in the # 39; Play Store. Once that was done, the user could recover the account.
But that time is over, and now its company will try to " fight in front of public hospitals. The recent changes to the terms and conditions of use will begin on 1 March of this year.