Rhapsody International, a streaming music company that competes with Spotify, has reached 2 million paying subscribers, it said late Monday.
The milestone for the Seattle company that owns Rhapsody and Napster comes as the firm looks to countries other than the United States for growth. The digital music stalwart last reported subscriber numbers in April, when it said it had 1.7 million after long declining to reveal specific numbers.
"The growth is really being driven by two things, and that's mobile and international," said Paul Springer, Rhapsody International's chief product officer.
Though the company, founded in 2001, was one of the first to embrace the...