Spotify launched its own music streaming service on Monday, but it’s only available in a handful of countries and has only recently started rolling out to other platforms.

Spotify’s streaming service, however, has had some big hits in recent years.

One of those has been “Spotify Music” — a collection of music apps designed for iOS and Android devices that gives users the ability to play songs from Spotify’s catalog of nearly 4 million songs, along with playlists curated by artists and curated by genre.

The service also offers a number of other features like offline listening and a subscription-based streaming plan.

The company has been able to tap into some of Spotify’s more popular listeners through the “Spotified for Business” program.

But Spotify has had a tough time appealing to artists.

As The Verge’s Adam B. Levine pointed out, Spotify’s success has not been without its critics.

“The most obvious criticism that people have about Spotify is that it doesn’t do much to help artists, and Spotify’s music sales are falling,” Levine wrote in an analysis of Spotify for Business.

Spotify is also known for a lack of transparency in terms of its business model, according to Levine.

Spotify has been accused of paying artists based on their Spotify-specific ad revenue streams, which could lead to a disconnect between the artist’s overall income and the fees that Spotify pays to its partners.

Spotify doesn’t break down its revenue from ad sales, and the company’s financials aren’t as transparent as the company has previously claimed.

Spotify CEO Daniel Ekman has acknowledged that there is a “skewed” model for artists and that the company “shouldn’t try to be transparent about this” to its customers.

In February, Spotify said that it was investing $10 million in an initiative to improve the way it operates in the music streaming world.

“We are committed to helping artists find the music they want to hear and make it accessible to fans,” Ekman said in a statement.

“As we have seen over the last two years, the music we make is a key component to what makes Spotify unique and what drives us to innovate.

In a time when consumers are increasingly seeking content that’s both engaging and relevant, we are committed not only to making music more accessible but also to being a platform that provides a creative platform for artists to connect with fans.”