Watch out, free music is coming to your Xbox One!
If you’re new to streaming music, you may have seen free streaming services like Spotify, Rdio, and Pandora.
While all of these services have their strengths, they’re all built on a basic premise: If you pay, you get the songs.
Unfortunately, that’s not the case with streaming services, which are built on the assumption that you don’t want to pay to listen to free music.
That means that if you can’t afford Spotify, Pandora, or Rdio to be able to listen, you’re not going to be getting the free music you paid for.
To fix this, Spotify has released a feature that lets you skip the songs in free music and watch the music for free on your Xbox.
Here’s how it works.
When you open Spotify, you’ll see the Spotify logo next to the artist name.
When the artist’s name appears, you can scroll through the song and skip to the part of the song where you can pay.
Then, you need to tap on the song’s name and then click the checkmark next to “Skip.”
Once you tap the check mark, Spotify will start playing the song.
After the song ends, you won’t see a warning.
If you’ve downloaded any of the songs you want to skip, you just need to re-download the songs and you’re good to go.
Spotify doesn’t have a download option for music, but if you want it, you simply need to buy the song on iTunes or Amazon.
You’ll still need to sign up for Spotify’s free trial to access the music, though.
If Spotify’s feature is really useful to you, be sure to let us know what you think of it in the comments.