Spotify — unlike Netflix, HBO, and dozens of others — handles the problem in a unique way that offers valuable features to users.
The music streaming service uses real-time technology to maintain a live, two-way connection to devices running the app, including laptops, phones, tablets, smart TVs, receivers, and more. This live connection ensures only one song is played at a given time by each Spotify account, regardless of how many people are logged in.
Imagine you’re jamming to AC/DC when your cousin decides to listen to Drake using the credentials for your account. Your music cuts off within milliseconds of your relative pressing play, and you’re notified of the remote access. When you press play to resume “Thunderstruck,” your cousin’s music stops and he gets the same message.
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