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Spotify may release new albums to paying subscribers only

Spotify may release new albums to paying subscribers only

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Currently Spotify artists must offer all their music as a bundle to paying subscribers. This may change as the company is reportedly testing out a way for artists to withhold songs from everyone. This reported move comes from a source of The Wall Street... >>

What Spotify tracks did you listen to in 2015? Your Year in Music reveals all

What Spotify tracks did you listen to in 2015? Your Year in Music reveals all

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As we approach the end of the year, social networks will invariably present plenty of statistics that give a good indication of trends and events that have transpired over the previous 12 months. This is often on a global level but also for individuals... >>

And Spotify's Most Streamed Artist in 2015 is... the guy with the slick dance moves

And Spotify's Most Streamed Artist in 2015 is... the guy with the slick dance moves

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We now know who music fans played the most in 2015, on Spotify at least. The music-streaming service has released its annual Year in Music list, divulging which artists and songs were popular on Spotify around the globe during the year. And, according... >>

Your old Chromecast now supports Spotify

Your old Chromecast now supports Spotify

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With the launch of the new Chromecast and Chromecast Audio came the news that Spotify was joining the list of compatible apps.  It's a big name joining the casting revolution, making it really easy to cast music from your phone to your TV. It was one... >>

Which is the best music streaming service in the UK? Apple Music vs Spotify vs Tidal and more

Which is the best music streaming service in the UK? Apple Music vs Spotify vs Tidal and more

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Music streaming has really taken off over the last couple of years, even more so in the last 12 months. There are a huge number of services available delivering all-you-can-eat tracks that are accessible to all.  Probably the most famous of the legal... >>

Chromecast Audio review: Simply connect your disconnected speakers
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Chromecast Audio review: Simply connect your disconnected speakers

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Google's Chromecast, launched in 2014, grasped home cinema by the lapels and shook it firmly. The convoluted path to a connected TV experience was firmly diverted into modern streaming ease and at a price that was almost rude.  Jump forward to the present... >>

BBC to launch music streaming service to enhance Spotify and Apple Music

BBC to launch music streaming service to enhance Spotify and Apple Music

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The BBC is planning to launch its own music streaming service that will offer extras on top of the already established offerings. Spotify and Apple Music would be used in the new offering if the BBC's plans outlined in its British. Bold. Creative... >>

Withings teams up with Spotify to wake you up before you go go

Withings teams up with Spotify to wake you up before you go go

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Withings has used IFA 2015 to announce a partnership with Spotify for its Aura sleep systems, with an aim to offer users a "complete wake up and sleep experience". Both the Aura Total sleep System and the Aura Connected Alarm Clock will now feature Spotify... >>

Music streaming has almost doubled in the last year, and that’s before Apple Music launched

Music streaming has almost doubled in the last year, and that’s before Apple Music launched

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Figures from the Official Chart Company show that online streaming is rapidly becoming the UK's favourite way to consume music content. In the first six months of 2015 Brits listened to 11.5 billion tracks streamed from services such as Spotify, Deezer... >>

No you're not going mad, the green has changed on the Spotify logo and here's why

No you're not going mad, the green has changed on the Spotify logo and here's why

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At the start of the week Spotify updated its app with "minor improvements" but what it didn't say at the time was that it had changed the green on the logo, used for some time, to a different green, sparking outrage and hysteria on Twitter and Facebook.... >>