Discovered " SPOTIFY" as music manager for my Ubuntu 13.04
of all my mp3 files. So far, it is for me the best whatsoever !!!!!
Thank you all
Greetings from jackson
One of the most requested apps from Chromecast owners wanting to stream music via their device has been Spotify. Inexplicably, Spotify has not jumped on the Chromecast bandwagon. However, Spotify announced today that they are jumping on Amazon Fire TV via their Spotify Connect service. Users do need a Spotify Premium subscription in order to access and use Spotify Connect.
You can get a little music from a lot of places, but Spotify is on a quest to be your omni-jukebox. It’s already offers on-demand streaming and radio, and it’s just launched Browse, a new way to discover critic and community playlists for different moods and genres.
Spotify is today adding a new feature to its iOS app that represents the streaming company’s most ambitious move yet to position itself as the go-to music app on connected devices — and in the process entice more people to pay the $9.99 per month required to use the app.
Spotify yesterday released a preview of its peer-to-peer (P2P) music application for desktop Linux, packaged as a Debian Squeeze/Ubuntu 10.04 package. The software shares most of its music sharing with the Windows and Mac OS X versions of Spotify, but currently lacks support for local audio files and is available only for Spotify Premium customers....
News broke out today that Spotify would be making a beta version of its web player available to all of its users in the UK, with the promise that a full release would come later this year.
I’m not complaining that I’ll soon be able to access Spotify through my browser.
Commercial music streaming service Spotify has announced that it's moving the backend server deployment from Debian to Ubuntu, which totals about 5,000 servers. If you have never heard of Spotify, it's because it might not be available in your country. The service is slowly expanding all over the globe, but it hasn't reached all the corners yet.