Guest post by Eliot Van Buskirk of Evolver.fm. We’re somewhat obsessed with Spotify apps, because they let developers build all sorts of wacky stuff on top of a legally-licensed music library. This makes it possible for you to hear music in all sorts of new ways, whether you pay for it or not, thanks to Spotify’s agreements with labels and publishers. When we met with Spotify director of product Charlie Hellman at Spotify’s New York headquarters earlier this year to check out the company’s then-brand-new iPad app, we asked him if Spotify if the company was planning on rolling out.
Guest post by Eliot Van Buskirk of Evolver.fm. Soundrop, the Spotify app that lets you join virtual rooms to listen to music along with friends and like-minded strangers, released a new version on Monday morning with several improve... Read Post
By Eliot Van Buskirk of Evolver.fm. The 54th music app to run within the Spotify desktop client launched today, and it’s a big one: Soundtracking, Apple’s pick for “the best iPhone app of 2011.”The Soundtracking Spotify app is free ... Read Post
Guest post by Eliot Van Buskirk of Evolver.fm. Spotify recently rolled out a third batch of music apps that run within its desktop software, offering new ways to find stuff to listen to on your desktop, whether you pay for Spotify o... Read Post