Music streaming giant Spotify will announce major changes to its mobile app next week, according to an event invite sent to The Verge and other large media publications.
The event, set to go down in New York City on the morning of Tuesday, April 24th, will include presentations from several company executives, including R&D chief Gustav Söderström, vice-president of product development Babar Zafar and global head of creator services Troy Carter.
When Spotify first sent out the invite, it was speculated the company planned to unveil hardware. The company has since confirmed in a new invite that it will focus its attention on changes to its core streaming app.
What those changes could entail are currently unknown. However, a recent Bloomberg report suggests Spotify has been thinking about making major changes to its free tier. The company reportedly plans to get rid of the restriction that prevents users of its ad-supported tier from playing individual songs.
Source: The Verge