Listening to your favorite tunes just got a little more family-friendly with the introduction of the revamped Spotify Premium Family Plan.

The newly updated plan gives families a slew of features that make it easier to manage music for kids and parents including parental controls. Keep reading to see all the details of the new plan!

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The updated parental controls put parents in the master account role and enables them to control the password-protected Explicit Content Filter setting of all sub-accounts on their plan. The new Family Hub allows master account holders to manage their Family account settings in one place, including adding or removing family members, updating your address and the Explicit Account Filter.

In addition to the new safety features, Spotify has also made music listening a lot more fun for families with Family Mix, which gives Premium Family Plan subscribers exclusive access to a personalized playlist of songs the whole family will love. Family Mix is updated regularly and you can control who is in each session to optimize your family’s favorite shared listening moments.

“We’re always looking for ways to improve the Spotify Premium experience, and the upgraded Premium Family plan brings new features to how families enjoy listening to music and podcasts they love.” said Alex Norström, Chief Premium Business Officer, Spotify. “At a time where parents are trying to reduce screen time for both themselves and their family, we’re creating more ways for families to bond over music together, while still celebrating individual tastes and giving parents more control if they want it.”

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All of these new additions still come at the same price of $14.99 per month with the ability to include six individual accounts in the same family plan. The new Spotify Premium Family Plan will roll out in the U.S. this fall.

—Shahrzad Warkentin

Featured photo: Alireza Attari via Unsplash

 

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