Weekly Subscription News: Apps, Pricing and Going All In

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Weekly Subscription News: Apps

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With less than a week before Christmas, there are only a handful of shopping days left. We are, however, focused on subscriptions – which make great gifts by the way! In this weeks subscription headlines, Adobes stock jumps in popularity, Netflix goes all in on India, and Yellow and Grin launch a monthly bike and scooter subscription service in Brazil. Also this week, TikTok parent is working on a competitor to Spotify, Bill.coms IPO is off to a good start, and Peloton lowers its digital subscription price.

Adobes Stock Jumps to Record Close as Investors Cheer Cloud Transition

New Subscription Plans Show Netflix is Going All In on India

World of Outlaws Sweetens the Pot with New Livestreaming Subscription Terms

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Yellow and Grin Launch Monthly Subscription for Bikes and Scooters in Brazil
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Bill.com IPO Pays Off with 61% Jump in Debut