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Tech News: You Might Get Banned If You Are Using Hacked Spotify APKs Spotify is finally releasing its anger on the users who used hacked versions of the app to get free ‘premium’ upgrades. It is banning the accounts that are found with unauthorized applications to use premium or paid features for free.

No doubt that using premium features for freemium prices is hitting Spotify’s revenue hard and the music firm has finally decided to take strict actions against such abnormal activities. Ignited by the news, several mobile app development companies in USA have upgraded the security measures in their applications. TorrentFreak recently reported that Spotify is sending users the following messages whom it thinks are involved in mischievous activities:


What is Spotify? Spotify, a mobile and web music application, was kicked off back in 2008. Then, it wasn’t as popular as it is now. Focusing on quality music garnered over 250 millions Google play downloads alone. With Spotify, one can enjoy HD music all over the world on tablets, mobile, and laptop devices.


Being a freemium (free to download with some basic features), on Spotify, you can listen music according to your taste and choice. It has a huge collection of music by various artists divided in a number of albums. You can create your own playlists and can search from the personalized suggests Spotify offers.

What is the Main Difference Between Spotify Freemium and Premium? Luring users with freemiums and then enticing them to upgrade to premium by being it services, offers, or content has become a never-ending trend in the world of Android. With over 250 million downloads, Spotify is one of the most popular apps on Google Play Store. And its revenue measure depends on the number of premium users. A free account of Spotify allows you to play and listen to any song, anytime, from anywhere. However, as expected, the free account has its limitations that eradicate as you upgrade to the premium account.


The premium account enables you to synchronize your account across devices, download songs to listen offline, HD sound quality, no ads, and much more.

As reported by several ​mobile app development companies in USA​, several unauthorized websites had started to offer the cracked, downloadable version of Spotify with premium features unlocked. To diminish such user attempts, Spotify finally started to identifying and banning such accounts.

Tech news you might get banned if you are using hacked spotify apks  

Spotify is finally releasing its anger on the users who used hacked versions of the app to get free ‘premium’ upgrades. It is banning the ac...

Tech news you might get banned if you are using hacked spotify apks  

Spotify is finally releasing its anger on the users who used hacked versions of the app to get free ‘premium’ upgrades. It is banning the ac...

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