Spotify have partnered with an Australian music company to create a digital jukebox app.
crowdDJ allows users to select tracks from the streaming service's catalogue and add them to a venue playlist, according to Billboard.
The app, designed in collaboration with Nightlife Music, is currently only available in Australia where it has been beta tested in 250 venues including bars, gyms and bowling alleys.
Another feature of the app allows guests to save the venue’s playlist, if it’s particularly to their liking, to their own Spotify account.
David O'Rourke, CEO of Nightlife, said that he believes the app will result greater revenue opportunities which “will flow through to artists”.
Spotify's chief executive Daniel Ek recently announced on Twitter that the streaming service has reached the milestone of 30m paying subscribers.
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