Amazon’s got Style | JOMO for 20th Jan
In today’s JOMO: Google says pay up, Insta launches subscriptions and Amazon’ first physical clothing store
🗞In the news
Online tax filers in the United States will soon be required to submit a selfie to a third-party identity verification company using facial recognition tech in order to file their taxes or make IRS payments online.
Soon… coming to India
After getting free Gmail, Drive, Docs, and other apps for the past several years, companies/people will need to start paying for those Google services and the ability to use your own custom domain (instead of just gmail.com).
🤩New products, features, launches
Amazon Style is a new kind of physical store from the online shopping giant that will focus on clothing, footwear, and other fashion accessories, the company announced today. It’s due to open at The Americana at Brand shopping mall in Los Angeles later this year, where it will be Amazon’s “first-ever physical apparel store.”
Absolutely brilliant! Worth checking out the launch video
Through the Subscriptions product, creators can choose their own price point for access to their exclusive content. There are eight price points to choose from, starting at $0.99 per to month to as much as $99.99 per month
Great to see Insta move beyond ads
Spotify was the largest music streaming service in the world as of the second quarter of 2021 with a market share of 31 percent, with Apple Music in second place at 15 percent, and Amazon Music and Tencent Music each tied at third with 13 percent apiece.
📊Poll for the day
Which music streaming service do you use?
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