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Millions of tracks available instantly
Play and organise your own MP3s
Play local files on your mobile
Take your music abroad/14 days
Millions of songs on demand
Personal library and playlists
Bravia & Sony Internet TVs
Android smartphones and tablets
Spotify is the ultimate tool for listening to and discovering new music (unless you’re looking for Taylor Swift). It’s easy to use and has an abundance of well-known and yet-to-be-discovered artists. Apple Music simply can’t compare. The premium version is recommended if you’re going to be streaming music in an office setting to avoid commercials.
The user interface is simple to use and clean. Even without the premium version, you can play specific songs and skip an unlimited amount of times on the desktop version. You also have access to endless curated playlists, new releases and a library with every genre of music known to man. You can also create and share your own playlists easily. You can even make your playlists collaborative so that your friends can add songs as well. However, you also have the option to make a playlist private. You can build your own or use the numerous Spotify playlists for inspiration when building your own. It also has a new feature that recommends songs and artists for you based on what you’ve listened to. It really does everything for you. You can even find a playlist based on the day of the week, time of day and your mood. It also has a radio feature that doesn’t tie you down to a specific playlist. I use it every day in the office. Spotify makes it quick and easy to find the perfect song to complement the task I’m working on.
When compared to other platforms, Spotify does have an extensive library of artists. However, there are some who have pulled their music. Obviously, the ads can be quite annoying when you’re using the free version. On the mobile version, you don’t have the option of choosing a particular song to listen to, which isn’t ideal. There are also sometimes weird glitches where a song doesn't play, but you just have to restart the program.
Wednesday 31 December 1969
If you're looking for a flexible online music service for streaming content rather than purchasing songs to keep, then Spotify is a well-balanced service that has enough options to probably suite most people's needs.More about Spotify
Friday 01 June 2012
Music Unlimited's widened platform support has seen it finally emerge as a rival to the all conquering Spotify and exciting UK newbie Rdio. The trouble is iOS support is basic at best and it still lacks both BlackBerry and Windows Phone apps. Furthermore while the use of high efficiency audio coding makes streaming on the move reliable, audiophiles will be dissatisfied with the rather flat performance and lack of a 'high quality' option. Sony has the financial might to make Music Unlimited a huge success, but as it stands the service remains a work in progress.More about Music Unlimited
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