I'm in possession of a Windows Phone Mango Device, an Xbox 360, and a BlackBerry Playbook (It was a gift, don't judge me). What I want to know is if I am better off using a service like Spotify which has no proprietary requirements or should I go totally Microsoft and get a Zune Pass? Either way I am looking for a Spotify-like service to phase out iTunes or Zune music purchasing.
Is there an iOS app that can suscribe to music blogs like the Peel app for the Mac? I'm looking for something that can keep me updated on the latest songs from the music blogs that I suscribe to.
I am looking at Spotify and Zune Pass. At the moment I don't have a smartphone, so I won't be using it for mobile, and if I were to get a smartphone, I would get a Windows Phone. So which one should I choose?
It's been a long time coming -- but more of my friends are using Spotify now and I feel that Rdio's desktop and mobile apps could be a lot better. Plus, they've poorly transitioned to iOS 5 (tons of bugs and constantly losing my storage).
Has anyone who has been a paid subscriber of Rdio made the switch over to a paid Spotify account? What do you think? Is it worth it?
Is there an easy way to transfer playlists?
I am currently using Spotify solely because they have PayPal payment support, but Rdio says they'll have that soon, if they get it, should I switch? It look to be a much more attractive service.
In Spotify, all my Asian songs that use Japanese or Chinese characters show up as squares and it's annoying while they show up fine in Zune player. Any of y'all know a fix for this issue? Here's a link to what it looks like: https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/jwrcVWsoS8B-... Also, the problem also exists sometimes with folder names within Windows. Thanks for your help!
I just got my Spotify invite, and I realize that I haven't read much about it in the gdgt community. Are people liking Spotify? What are your initial impressions?
Spotify will not load commercials which will not allow me to play any additional songs. Is anyone experiencing the same problem? After I close and re-open the program it works fine, which is a pain but it works ...sort of.
I have a Spotify premium account that I wanted to connect to my Sonos system, but when I go into Music Services to try and add it it's just not an option. The list goes straight from SiriusXM to Stitcher. I've tried updating and even reinstalling the desktop software, but nothing works. I thought maybe something would be messed up in my profile (like maybe it listed as me as being in a country where Spotify isn't available), but everything was correct there. I'm totally perplexed, any other...