As the company prepares to take the next step in its attempt to build a more reliable streaming music service, the company has made it easier for users to find the latest songs and artists.
Spotify announced Wednesday that it has bought username.com, an offshoot of the web site weber.com that was created to help users find artists, tracks and songs.
The move marks the company’s third major acquisition of a popular name generator in recent months, with the $1.5 billion acquisition of the name generator and domain names marketplace domain name registrar NameCheap and the $3.2 billion acquisition by Yahoo!
The new name generator will help Spotify keep track of which songs are popular among its user base, and the new service will allow the company to target specific types of music with ads.
Com is a name generator that allows users to easily find artists and tracks by entering a username.
Spotify acquired usernaming.com in 2015 for $1 billion, and it has since grown into a popular music search engine.
Its new name is a nod to the web name format it uses to organize the songs that users search for.
Webers, which are not unique to Spotify, are the first names to be added to the service, joining the likes of kryptonite, jessie, luna, gavin, and ryan.
Webs are usually the first letters of a person’s first name, and Spotify uses the first three letters as the “first” in the name.
Spotify said in a blog post that it plans to use usernamed.com to keep track “of our most popular music, and will provide a unified way to share music, playlists and videos with others.”
Spotify is not disclosing the number of songs it bought.
The company has said that it expects to have around 40 million users by the end of 2020.
It said the new name engine will help improve the site’s user experience.
We should also mention that weber is not just a name, but an entire domain name system that Spotify uses to build its service.
The service uses a database of domain names to help find songs, and has been a focus of criticism from artists and other music producers, who say the company is not transparent about who owns what domain name.
The system has also drawn criticism from the music industry.
We are not the only name generator to be taken over by Spotify, as there are many others, including usernamovie, ourmusic, and webermusic.