The new premium music streaming service, which is free to download for a limited time, will launch with just six songs in its catalogue.
It will also offer up to five free songs in the “Music Library” in its app.
The subscription fee for the premium service is $9.99 per month.
Spotify is launching the service in Australia as part of a partnership with local media partner Fox.
The partnership means that Fox has a direct line to Spotify to deliver the content and have access to the content.
The streaming service is also the first service to launch in the UK, with other countries to follow.
The music service is part of an agreement between Fox and Spotify to offer premium streaming services in the US, Europe and Australia.
The deal has not been confirmed by Spotify, but it will be available on the company’s platform and on the platform of the streaming service’s developer.
The US service will be launched alongside the US version of Spotify’s iOS app and will be powered by the company’s own MusicBrainz cloud-based data and analytics platform.
The new music service also includes the same number of free songs as the premium version, but a free song will be provided to anyone who signs up for the free music service.
The Spotify Premium service will offer up an extra 100,000 songs for $9 a month.
The company is also rolling out a new music feature for iOS, allowing users to browse the content in their libraries and pick the songs they like.
There are now over 20 million songs in Spotify’s Music Library, and the company says the service has more than 400 million tracks on it.
Spotify said it was not giving away the songs in question.
“The music library is not a collection of free or paid songs,” a Spotify spokesperson told Business Insider.
“We have hundreds of thousands of songs on Spotify and millions more songs in our free library.”
Spotify has not revealed the amount of music in the Music Library.
The Music Library is also available on Apple Music and Apple Music Unlimited, the company said.