Spotify is preparing to launch a browser-based version of its streaming music service, according to reports.
TechCrunch cites unnamed sources and says that a new browser-based version of Spotify would be available to users on any PC, rather than just the one with the downloaded player.
It's unknown whether the new product will replace the current desktop version.
According to the site’s sources, Spotify is also working to improve the ways users can discover new music – suggesting that the service may start prompting users to follow various lists and "try to recruit big name celebrities, musicians, and DJs to share playlists."
The platforms price plan could also be under review, and in line for a $8 (£5) a month plan for ad-free and mobile service.
The service is currently free on the desktop with advertisements; ad-free on the desktop for £4.99 a month; and ad-free on the desktop and on mobile apps - with offline listening possible - for £9.99 a month.