The summer battle of the streaming music giants continues between Spotify and the brand new Apple Music. Now, Spotify wants its iPhone users to skip using the company's App Store altogether when paying for its streaming service.

The Swedish company will begin rolling out careful recommendations to its iPhone users which can be seen here. The crux of the message is simply that it's cheaper to pay for the service via the company's main website, rather than the App Store, which charges an additional fee.

"In case you didn't know, the normal Premium price is only $9.99, but Apple charges 30 percent on all payments made through iTunes," the email blast states. "You can get the exact same Spotify for only $9.99/month, and it's super simple."

Users simply need to turn-off the auto-renew feature from the App Store and transfer the account to the main site, which is detailed in the step-by-step email linked above. The move, of course, would be financially beneficial for the company, which is now gearing up for steeper competition from Apple and numerous other streaming services. This of course comes with some dirty game from the other side, as Apple has been receiving a bevy of negative press following the release of Apple Music. Of which, includes Apple reportedly trying to kill Spotify's free streaming feature - a tactic that's caught the attention of the US Department of Justice and the FTC.