[nabs-l] Spotify Questions...
djdan567 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 10 22:29:01 UTC 2015
Spotify is amazing! Think about it, you're paying 10 bucks a month to listen to any album you want, playlists that are customized by users so you can discover new music and still listen to the songs that you love, and none of it has to be purchased at all. It doesn't make sense to me to pay 1.29 for songs that you're going to listen to once or twice, and then going to hear on the random in rotation later that you might skip. I save more money with Spotify then I would if I kept buying all the songs that I wanted to listen to through iTunes. The windows client isn't accessible, however the app for the iPhone and I devices is. I hope this helps.
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> On Jan 10, 2015, at 3:58 PM, Kerri Kosten via nabs-l <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hi Everyone:
> I keep hearing about Spotify, and how popular it is.
> Apparently, it is replacing buying music on ITunes.
> Do any of you use Spotify?
> What is the advantage of it over buying songs from ITunes?
> It just seems a little expensive to me to pay $10 a month to be able
> to stream music when I could buy individual tracks for cheaper on
> Anyway, I logged into Spotify through Facebook and downloaded the
> windows client.
> It seems to be very inaccessible.
> Then, I tried the web player. I can see the tracks fine, but when I
> try to hit enter or space to play the song it won't play.
> Is Spotify worth paying for when it really doesn't even seem accessible to us?
> Do any of you still prefer buying music from ITunes or am I quickly
> becoming old-fashioned lol?
> I am asking these questions because I really like to keep up with the
> latest technology/current trends and don't want to become left behind
> when it comes to new things that are popular.
> Is there any way to make our voices heard to Spotify? It should be
> accessible to us like it is to everyone else.
> Should I hold off on subscribing/paying until it's accessible on all platforms?
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