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Spotify says governments aren’t moving fast enough to crack down on Apple’s App Store restrictions.

“Apple’s artificial constraints are stifling and we know our users deserve better,” Dustee Jenkins, Spotify’s public affairs officer, wrote in a blog post today.

Jenkins sounds cautiously optimistic about the EU’s Digital Markets Act. But until similar rules are enacted elsewhere, she writes:

Apple denies consumers’ ability to choose for themselves, forcing them to pay more for apps, limiting their user experience and preventing them from hearing about cheaper options.