It's free to download and listen to songs, but if you want to download a song I think you have to pay. It's good yes, you get some songs you can't find on Youtube and it has information about the song you're listening too. Just download it and see what you think of it. Just link it up with your Facebook account or make a Spotify account.
Last edited by Deist; 09-06-2012 at 17:09.
Free version gives you ads every 3/4 songs, but you also have a limit of 20 hours of music a month, and you can only listen to a song 5 times per month.
(Original post by tory88)
You can get spotify for free where you can stream from a massive library of songs. You pay if you want to access it from your smartphone and when offline. So download the free version, that's enough for what I want it for anyway (you just have to listen to an ad every tem minutes.
4.99 gets you unlimited ad-free music
9.99 lets you create offline playlists and get it on your smartphone, etc
The 4.99 is definitely worth it if you just want music whilst you're around the house, and for parties. But for me it's suddenly got ****, because my bloody placement company goes ape-**** crazy if you download over 50/100 MB of data in a day..
Last edited by Architecture-er; 09-06-2012 at 17:20.
Unfortunately not, although another good perk is you get to listen to audio at 320kbs which isn't accessible unless you're premium. The quality of the song can therefore be superb
(Original post by BP22)
Yup got an NUS card! Sounds like an even better deal
! I think the offline element is pretty good! But can you get Music videos on the service too?
EDIT: I'll just chuck in a downside that I thought of... Spotify is integrated with Facebook, which can be good if you want to share what you're listening to instantly. If not you can disable that option. But what's annoying is that if you don't have facebook, or you deactivate it, you can't log in. I found this out the hard way when I wanted to deactivate my fb to revise more effectively haha.
Last edited by Braptings; 09-06-2012 at 17:36.