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Spotify is the dog's bollocks

17 February 2009


The new addiction in the office (since this morning really): Spotify.

Spotify serves up instant, legal access to millions of tracks completely free of charge via an interface every bit as slick as iTunes. The difference is that you do not download the music. It is streamed via the internet but that is almost unnoticeable. There is no delay.

Its best feature is the shared playlists. This is brilliant for in the office here. One person has set up a shared play list and sent us all the URL for his playlist,. We can then simply drop our songs in the playlist and create a lovely variety of music during the day. t is great because it means no longer can one person take control of iTunes in the office for hours on end.

You can share your own playlists on the internet (check out Spotylist.com for lists from others), make them collaborative (or not) and post them online. So, say, you can share your playlist with your loved one at home and then both listen to the same musiic during the day from different places. All of it for FREE. All you get is a few adds played per hour but that is just like listening to the radio. Brilliant.

I am sure this was all available elsewhere before (Last.fm?) but I never used that.

I am LOVING this so much, it is the first thing I would even consider paying (a small fee) for if it was to become commercial.

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought that Twitter was the badgers nadgers...

JD x

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