The family-friendly version of Spotify's regular app was previously rolled out in several international markets.
Spotify isn’t just for adults anymore.
The streaming service’s first standalone app for children, Spotify Kids, launched in beta on Tuesday (March 31) in the U.S., Canada and France. The company previously rolled out the app in various other countries, including Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico.
Spotify Kids, which is exclusive to Spotify Premium Family subscribers at no additional cost, is designed specifically for children ages three and older. The ad-free app gives young listeners access to singalongs, soundtracks and stories, all of which have been handpicked by Spotify editors to ensure content is appropriate for children.