The original Spotify app--the one on computers, not phones--started out with a very simple premise: Share free music with friends, and do it in a comfortable interface that we all knew (iTunes). Rather than out-design Apple, Spotify stole and stole hard.
It was a smart approach. Many of us transitioned to a cloud music library without even realizing the cloud was there (or even knowing what the cloud was).
In what seems to be a move to go head on against Apple’s iTunes, Spotify is now launching its own music downloads store, adding iPod syncing to its desktop client, and opening up its mobile apps to users of its free service. The new... Read Post
Swarm.fm is the latest music-themed app to hit Spotify‘s burgeoning platform, having secured first prize at Spotify’s Music Apps Hack Weekend earlier this year. The premise behind Swarm.fm is simple... Read Post