Spotify Statistics and User Count (2023)
Last Updated on: November 6th, 2023
Spotify is a music streaming platform that allows users to listen to millions of songs, podcasts, and other audio content on demand. The company was founded in 2006 in Sweden and is headquartered in Stockholm.
Spotify offers both free and premium subscription options. With the free version, users can listen to music with occasional ads and limited functionality, while the premium version provides ad-free listening, unlimited skips, and offline listening capabilities.
Users can browse and search for music and other audio content on the platform, and create custom playlists or listen to pre-made playlists and radio stations. Spotify also offers personalized recommendations based on a user’s listening history and preferences.
In addition to music, Spotify has also expanded its offerings to include podcasts, with a large selection of shows available for streaming or download. The platform has also launched several original podcast series in recent years, and has become a major player in the podcasting industry.
As of 2022, Spotify claims to have over 450 million monthly active users across more than 90 markets worldwide. The company has become one of the most popular music streaming services in the world, and has had a significant impact on the music industry by changing the way people consume and discover music.
- 2008 – Spotify launches in Europe
- 2011 – Spotify launches in the US
- 2012 – Follow and Discover features added
- 2014 – Listening time limits for free users are removed
- 2015 – Discover Weekly is launched
- 2015 – PlayStation Music launches
- 2017 – Spotify invests in Tencent Music (and visa versa)
- 2018 – Spotify goes public
Here are a few of the most interesting Spotify statistics and facts I was able to dig up including user counts. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.
Spotify User Count
How many users does Spotify have?
- 2023: 515 million monthly active users
- 2022: 456 million
- 2021: 406 million
- 2020: 345 million
- 2019: 271 million
- 2018: 207 million
- 2017: 160 million
- 2016: 124 million
How many Spotify paid subscribers?
- 2023: 210 million premium subscribers
- 2022: 205 million
- 2021: 180 million
- 2020: 155 million
- 2019: 125 million
- 2018: 96 million
- 2017: 71 million
- 2016: 48 million
Number of Spotify ad-supported users:
Spotify Revenue Totals
Spotify revenue (annual):
- 2022: €11.7 billion
- 2021: €9.668 billion
- 2020: €7.880 billion
- 2019: €6.764 billion
- 2018: €5.259 billion
- 2017: €4.09 billion
- 2016: €2.9 billion
- 2015: €1.94 billion
- 2014: €1.085 billion
Spotify net loss (annual):
- 2022: €270 million
- 2021: €34 million
- 2020: €581 million
- 2019: €186 million
- 2018: €78 million
- 2017: €1.235 billion
- 2016: €539 million
- 2015: €230 million
- 2014: €188 million
Number of Spotify installs on Android devices:
How many songs on Spotify?
Spotify’s share of the global music streaming market:
Number of Spotify playlists:
Number of countries Spotify is available in:
Number of Spotify employees:
Number of songs that have reach 1 billion plays on Spotify:
Last updated 3/30/19
Number of Spotify users in the US:
Number of Spotify users in India:
Number of countries Spotify Lite is available in:
Number of Spotify Lite installs to date:
Artist with the best day for streams of a single album on Spotify:
Number of Spotify users that regularly listen to music from India:
Most streamed artist on Spotify in 2022:
First song to hit 500 million Spotify streams:
Number of markets that Spotify is available in:
Number of podcasts available on Spotify:
Most popular podcast on Spotify:
Number of Spotify podcast listeners:
Please note that some of these numbers are easier to find than others. A few of these statistics come from their own reports, but some are based on news reports and not official company tallies. No information contained on DMR should be relied upon to make investment decisions. Basically, this is the best I can find and I don’t guarantee anything to be 100%.