Discuz, a new file sharing app that allows users to add music to their own music library, has a new update that removes the option for users to download music and videos directly from the cloud.
The change is the latest in a series of changes that have been made in the past month that have made discuz far more like Spotify than anything else.
The app’s user interface has also been revamped, with a new menu system and a streamlined playlist interface.
The new update comes just over a month after Spotify announced that it would be shutting down its app in January.
The company previously announced it would stop selling its apps in February 2018, and it has since released several other updates.
The latest change is a new user interface that removes all the links from the app’s home screen.
The app is currently only available in the United States, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United Arab Emirates.
Users can opt out of using the cloud and upload their music directly from their phones or computers by using the discuz user interface.
It is also possible to upload the files directly to the server directly using the same interface.