Spotify has announced a set of new features with the aim of “evolving into a total music management platform”, according to today’s blog post. There are two key features, available to both free and paying users.
The first is a link to Facebook, enabling you to see and share the playlists of your Facebook friends
…continue reading Spotify goes social with Facebook, supports local music library
Logitech has announced the Squeezebox Radio, similar in concept to the Squeezebox Boom which I reviewed earlier this year, but smaller, cheaper, and with a colour screen. It’s set to go on sale soon at $199.00.
The Squeezebox Radio has a trendy new feature: Facebook integration:
Say you just discovered a new track
…continue reading Logitech Squeezebox Radio has social features, unsocial price
I was mildly surprised to see that Apple has approved Spotify for iPhone. Reason: if someone buys into the Spotify subscription model, why would they ever want to purchase music from iTunes, whether for iPhone or elsewhere? The iPhone version lets you listen to selected tracks offline, so that is not a problem.
…continue reading Apple, Spotify, Google and iPhone: how to get into App Store
I’m fascinated by the announcement of Spotify for iPhone.
Spotify lets you stream music from the company’s servers using a particularly fast and elegant user interface. The choice is huge, and of course shareable playlists are supported – I’ve had a lot of fun with these, using the desktop version.
Now here it comes for
…continue reading Spotify for iPhone looks great – if Apple allows it