Spotify made it much more affordable to have your whole family on a Spotify Premium plan last month, but it didn't make the process of adding family members any easier. Late last month, Spotify changed the pricing for its family plans to match those of Apple Music and Google Play Music. This puts Spotify's family plan pricing in line with many other popular music streaming services available. Sadly, Spotify didn't make upgrading your account from Premium to Family any more intuitive, and user management could use some work. Nonetheless, here is how to upgrade your Spotify account and share your Premium access with your family. Upgrading your Spotify account to Family isn't a difficult process, but it's not immediately apparent where you need to go to make the change. Even worse, you can't make any of these changes from within the mobile or desktop Spotify apps. It all has to be done in a Web browser.
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Here's how to decide if you should upgrade your Spotify plan, or if you should just stick to the free version of the music streaming service. At this point, I've used Spotify for several years, and can't imagine switching to any other service for my music streaming needs. The app is one of the most used on my phone and laptop. I'd tried Pandora and Google Play Music back in the day, but never felt compelled to invest in their premium features. When I finally gave Spotify a chance, I was quickly won over by the personalization -- the curated playlists, the radio stations and the fact that the app was constantly improving itself. My only qualm -- the library song limit -- was resolved earlier this year. I'm not alone. Since launching back in , Spotify has become one of the most popular music streaming services, building on its features and expanding to more than 50 million songs and million users.
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