Spotify 2010: A Year In The Life

This year has been the most important one in Spotify’s short life so far. Despite the tech press beginning to get impatient with the lack of a U.S. launch (and I’m still not entirely sure why this is so important to European users), Spotify has delivered a whole host of new features, new platform versions and new subscription models. They have achieved a remarkable growth in 2010, with an unprecedented number of paying subscribers and almost doubling their global catalogue to a gargantuan twelve million tracks.

Below is a timeline graphic showing Spotify’s major achievements and releases over the year, starting with when the service passed the six million track mark way back in January 2010…

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    lack of a U.S. launch (and I’m still not entirely sure why this is so important to European users)

    LOL. Maybe because it is “to be, or not to be” for Spotify?

  • Well, maybe, yes. But from an existing user’s point of view, provided Spotify continues trading (and offering the same level of functionality and depth of catalogue), it wouldn’t really matter which other countries it was available in. Must Spotify launch in the US to survive?

  • I’m making ambient music and the most of my fans are american residents so I’m really care about that.

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