- Spotify – why?
I use the free version, and I mainly end up listening to different mixes of tracks I’ve bought, or albums I own, but can’t be bothered to open ITunes up for.
I don’t understand why I should do that, but there you go. It’s what I do.
I don’t think I’d pay for Spotify. So far I’ve encountered no drawbacks apart from the occasional ad, and even they seem to have reduced in frequency lately.Posted 6 years agostilltortoiseSubscriber
The Premium version does let you use the mobile app which is pretty good since you can listen to the Spotify library offline as well. Handy if you do a lot of travelling but want to try out new music. This lack of gapless playback does spoil some albums tho’Posted 6 years agoenigmasSubscriber
Been a spotify fan since the early days!
Had a free suscription until they put the cap on hours per month as i’d use them up in a few days.
Then upgraded to premium , the ablilty to use it on my phone and any computer easily far outweighs the cost imo. I also like the social side of it and the fact i’ve got about £500 worth of music in my playlists, which get bigger every day, so a tenner a month isnt really all that bad!
Also, premium means no more ‘roberto from spotify’ getting in the way of the music! :pPosted 6 years ago
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