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Spotify Mobile Faceoff: iPhone vs. Android

Spotify Mobile Faceoff: iPhone vs. Android

Spotify Mobile on iPhone and Android are both reasonably mature apps now, having been launched simultaneously back in September 2009. At the time, the Android version had a slight edge in terms of features, with its unique ability to Sync Over 3G, a What’s New area, and most crucially the ability to play in the background. But the iPhone version seemed to take priority at Spotify and within a few months it had caught up then taken the [...]
Spotify Says Hello to the Walkman

Spotify Says Hello to the Walkman

Spotify’s new feature announcement is great news for its freemium users, casual listeners and iPod owners. If you’re one of these: rejoice! You can now benefit from cheaper-than-iTunes MP3 purchases, wireless syncing and Spotify-lite on your mobile. But for Premium users like myself there’s not too much here to get excited about. When I signed up back in ’09 for Spotify’s cloud service in the sky, I shifted [...]
iPhone and iPad Apps for Spotify

iPhone and iPad Apps for Spotify

As well as the official Spotify Mobile app for iPhone (which was recently updated to enable background listening), a number of other Spotify-related apps are available for Apple mobiles from the App Store and Cydia. Here’s a look at them.
Apps for Spotify: ShareMyPlaylists on iPhone

Apps for Spotify: ShareMyPlaylists on iPhone

ShareMyPlaylists.com got in touch to let us know about their shiny new free iPhone app. I don’t have an iPhone, but luckily a friend let me have a quick look at the app on his iPad.
Spotify Mobile: Android vs. iPhone Smackdown!

Spotify Mobile: Android vs. iPhone Smackdown!

UPDATE: a revised version of this page is here. I finally managed to get a hands-on look at Spotify Mobile for the iPhone (thanks @JackalHeadGod). Being familiar with Spotify on Android, I was able to compare the two to determine what things they had in common and which features were unique to one device. Here then is the definitive report on which is best – it’s the Spotify Mobile Smackdown: iPhone versus Android!
Spotify on Android: An In-Depth Review

Spotify on Android: An In-Depth Review

After many months of waiting, Spotify is now available for premium subscribers on two mobile platforms: Apple’s iPhone (including iPod Touch) and Google Android. As I predicted a few weeks ago, these were released together at the same time and I’m delighted to say that they’re everything I’d hoped for. Since I have a Android phone (the G1 on T-Mobile), here is an in-depth review of Spotify on Android!
Top 10 Reasons Why Google Android is Better than iPhone

Top 10 Reasons Why Google Android is Better than iPhone

With the announcement of a forthcoming Spotify app for Google Android, here’s some reasons why I prefer Android devices over the iPhone. Obviously as an Android user I’m completely biased here and I freely admit the iPhone is certainly a slick gadget. However, I think Google Android is better than an iPhone because: You’ll be able to run Spotify! You can multitask. You can scan regular barcodes. You can add standard micro-SD [...]
Apple Mac and iPhone Apps for Spotify

Apple Mac and iPhone Apps for Spotify

What with Spot, the despotify-sourced Spotify client for iPhone making an appearance on YouTube, I thought this might be a good time to round up all the Apple-specific tools and apps for Spotify. Most of these are remote controllers, but there’s also a Last.fm tool and a playlist widget. Note I’m a Windows/Ubuntu/Android guy so I’ve not been able to test any of these out myself, but each one seems to have an active and [...]
The Apple Spiral

The Apple Spiral

he couldn’t believe how easy it washe put the app into its placefail!(so much retweeting from such a tiny little app) problems have solutionsa lifetime of fucking things up fixed in one determined blog post everything’s applein this worldthe deepest shade of lucre greenall fuzzyspilling out of my iPhone
Spotify Predictions

Spotify Predictions

Spotify is really taking off in Europe and especially in the UK, so I thought this would be a good time to make a few predictions on where I see Spotify going in the next few months. I definitely expect to soon see: More content. A lot more content. This is an obvious given, and every week sees thousands and thousands of new tracks (and new partners) are added to Spotify. Free registration for the rest of Europe – Spotify’s [...]
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