When we created Spotify, we had a simple goal.
It was to make music accessible to everyone while supporting the artist who created it.
And since then we changed how the industry works.
We made it easier than ever for people to discover new music and for artists to find and connect directly with their fans but also getting compensated for their work.
We examined how people use Spotify, and we know that listeners stream different kinds of music at different times, in different places.
And most importantly, on different devices.
And we think music should be easy to access on all of your devices.
And we want it to be seemless to switch from one device to another.
And we have designed Spotify to deliver personalized music to consumers around the world, wherever they are, and on as many devices as possible.
It's a really great fit.
And to show us how it all works together, let's bring back Drew.
As we were just talking about, I'm always listening to music on the way home from work.
It's usually a Spotify playlist.
Last week on my Discover Weekly this song came on.
It's a good one.
So I'm driving home.
When I get home I usually go into the living room, watch some TV.
So a prompt will come up automatically when I get into the living room
and all I have to do is to hit one and push that right into the living room TV.
Sounds great, didn't miss a beat but when I get home from work usually I am pretty hungry, maybe I want to go to the kitchen and cook up some dinner.
Good thing I have a Galaxy Home in the kitchen so all I have to do is hit play on the Galaxy Home,
So the music follows me wherever I go, it's one seamless interaction.
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