Popular Swedish music streaming service Spotify has become one of the most sought-after channels for music lovers in today’s world, experiencing significant restrictions due to the global pandemic. One account of this service can be used by two people at the same time. One of the easiest ways to let multiple people use the same account is Spotify Premium for Family for $14.99 per month. This family subscription will allow you to create up to six offline accounts at the same time, the owners of which will be able to create their own playlists, play music that only they like, and so on. But in this case, there is one serious drawback – all users must live at the same address, and Spotify will check this from time to time by determining the geodata of each family plan subscriber.
If you are invited to a group session, you will be able to listen to the same music as you on your device, so you can share your favorite songs remotely. They will also be able to control playback from their device, so if one of them stops the session, you will also stop listening to music on your smartphone.
The person you invite to a group session will be able to listen to the same music as you on their device, so you can share your favorite songs remotely. They will also be able to control playback from their device, so if one of them stops the session, you will also stop listening to music on your smartphone.
Using the same Spotify account on two different devices is not possible because if you try to open the application with the details of an already used account, it will immediately close, this is only for safety, as it is assumed that one person has only one cell phone or other gadget , and therefore it cannot try to use the same account on another device.
If you want to use the Spotify account but on different devices (not just two mobile phones), then in this case the problem only occurs when you want to open an account that is already in use on the mobile phone. You cannot open the same account more than once.
Thus, it will not be possible to use the same Spotify account on two mobile phones, in addition, it will allow, for example, whoever chooses a paid premium account, to prevent a third party from using their account on another mobile or stationary device . Therefore, it can also be said that this restriction of the Swedish music streaming service is for the safety of its users, because otherwise someone else can piracy your account, and only you will pay for it.