Spotify – Enjoy ad-free music on all your devices

Enjoy ad free Non-stop music streaming with Spotify

Spotify is a great piece of music software and is now becoming a strong alternative to buying songs from iTunes or other similar services. This no buffer, quick and easily accessible program is sure to fill the boots of any enthusiastic musician or music lover.

The application lets you stream music directly from its central sever, as well as simultaneously connecting to other users who have listened to the song you selected. This method of linking Spotify users together and not just relying on one incoming connection means that you can start playing the chosen song instantly. There are literally millions of songs to choose from; many different languages and genres also available.

Discover Weekly

Discover Weekly is one the numerous features released by spotify. Every Monday, the playlist updates and gives you 30 songs you might have never heard of. It takes data that they’ve stored on you, and come up with songs that they believe you might like. Sounds great right? Yes. It is great, but after going through the net I found some negative reviews about it.

Things you are sure to enjoy from this feature

  • Rediscovering music you forgot existed. Yea, I listen to a lot of music. I’ve been known to blast a song nonstop for a couple days, then never listen to it again because I forgot to attach it to a playlist, or I have trouble finding the appropriate playlist to put it on. Almost every week I rediscover one of those songs, and it’s exciting to rehear something you love.
  • Hearing other songs from an artist you originally thought you only liked a couple songs to. This is one of my favorite things about the playlist by far. Sometimes I’ll hear a song by a band, just to listen to 5 other songs and completely hate them so I give up on the band. Then that band shows up in my DW, I grumble, and the song ends up being amazing.
  • Helps you to know when bands you don’t listen to that much or follow well drop new albums, AND it’smind blowing. It’s kind of embarrassing discovering a band you really like put out a new album 3 months ago and you didn’t know about it. But Spotify is to the rescue!

Spotify Go Premium – Be happy

Spotify Premium is actually not free, but the extras you receive from spending $10/month (5 if you’re a student) outweigh listening to advertisements, and not being able to take your music with you on the go. Spotify premium has actually turned my phone into my full time listening device on the go, I replaced my iPod, and haven’t looked back. If we did a cost analysis, we’d see that $120 a year, versus the $200 onetime cost of owning an iPod works out pretty well. Not only do I have one less device to remember when I travel (oh, how disappointing it is to forget your iPod on a trip), but I also don’t have to go to the hassle of downloading and buying music and managing a file structure on my computer’s hard drive

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