The company that owns a slew of corporate entertainment services including YouTube and Spotify has announced a partnership with Spotify to allow people to stream video and music without the need for a premium subscription.
Harmony says it will offer users a “free, simple and easy way to watch your favorite videos and music, regardless of whether they’re streamed on Spotify or YouTube.”
Spotify will also offer the service on its streaming service, but users will need to add Harmony to their account before using the service.
“As we continue to grow and invest in our new content, including more and more mobile apps, our team will continue to work closely with our partners to continue to offer these benefits to our customers,” Harmony CEO John Schoenig said in a statement.
“We look forward to collaborating with our streaming partners in the future to bring our services to even more customers.”
Harmon will continue offering Spotify as a free trial.