Spotify is a free, and very popular streaming service that many bloggers (such as myself) use to share music with other Spotify users (legally). Spotify has been around since 2006, with a library of about 45+ million songs now, and continues to add more songs weekly. Please be advised that Spotify is its own independent entity, and is not affiliated in any way shape or form with my merchants. Also, please note that I am not employed by Spotify. Any thoughts, opinions and experiences written are strictly of my own. I’ve chosen to include the word “Spotify” in my blog’s name to clearly indicate, unmistakably, that my blog employs the use of the Spotify service. Therefor, I have no professional relationship with Spotify. Any technical issues, or “how to” documentations must be handled by Spotify.com directly!
Spotify provides both free accounts, as well as paid accounts for unlimited legal downloading (ad free). You must have Spotify installed (either PC or mobile) in order to enjoy music on my blog. Most of the time I use Spotify’s URI code, which only Spotify recognize (when it’s installed). The URI code tells Spotify what song/album you’re looking for, and simply fetches it from it’s own secure database! Without Spotify installed, the URI code is useless.
However, if for example you’re at work, and you’re not allowed to install Spotify on your computer, you can visit Spotify’s web player, and simply copy and paste the URI code in the search field and Spotify will find your desired song/album.
Spotify Free Accounts:
To take advantage of Spotify’s free accounts, you MUST go to Spotify directly to install their app. Spotify’s free accounts DO NOT REQUIRE A CREDIT CARD! All you need is a valid email address and a chosen password. Only the desktop version is free with “On-Demand” play enabled. However, Spotify’s free mobile app can only be played in shuffle mode.
Also, please note that the free PC version of Spotify will allow you to listen full original albums via On-Demand. However, for free mobile app Spotify users, you can only play full albums/playlists in shuffle mode.
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