Spotify has long been heralded as one of the best online music platforms out there. It’s adoption among mobile users, however, has been limited due to the fact that the service cost $10 per month for mobile access to Spotify’s library of songs.
Spotify for Android has gotten a massive and much-needed UI overhaul. The Spotify overhaul is actually pretty awesome. Spotify has fully embraced Google’s Holo UI interface, making Spotify’s new beta a pleasure to use. Spotify also feels a bit speedier, with pages rendering more quickly and no noticeable lag when ... Read More »
The last time we talked about an HTC streaming music service, the rumor was that HTC would launch a Spotify competitor and leverage Beats CEO, Jimmy Iovine (who also serves as Chairman of Interscope Geffen A&M) to secure contracts with various music labels to get the streaming music service off the ground. Today ... Read More »
Spotify signed on as one of the leading musical partners at Facebook’s F8 conference yesterday. Users of the popular social media service will be able to listen to Spotify through their Facebook profile, which can share what you’re listening to with your Facebook friends.
Along with the Facebook-friendly announcement, Spotify has announced that ... Read More »
Spotify is an online streaming music service similar to Pandora or Slacker Radio that allows you to access Spotify’s 15-million song library. Last week, we mentioned that Spotify was making its way to the United States in the form of an invite-only Beta after two years of wild success in Europe. It turns out ... Read More »
No, you’re not dreaming. Spotify is finally coming to the United States. After more than two years of blessing our European brothers with their presence, Spotify is ready to bring their service to the US. If you’re interested in signing up for Spotify, you can do so by going here.
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According to Cnet, Google is considering using Spotify for its Google Music service. Will Google be buying Spotify or simply partnering with it? Nobody knows, but fingers are crossed for “buying”. Google seems to be having a lot of trouble signing deals with record labels and it’s trying other ways to launch its ... Read More »