We have read about Ford integrating the Spotify music service into their vehicles, and it seems as though the tentacles of Spotify is set to expand and unfurl even further by making its way to Nokia smartphones. This online service holds more than 15,000,000 tracks in its database, with around 10,000 new tracks being added to the database every single day. The music library is available for streaming as long as you sign up with the service – and have a decent connection, of course. Needless to say, those who take the free service route will be bombarded with ads and have to make do with a limited playback service, while the premium account (paid out of your pocket, of course), gives you everything.
You will need to download the Spotify app from Ovi Store first before you get started, and choose from three account types – Spotify Premium (£9.99 per month); Spotify Unlimited (£4.99 per month); and Spotify Open (Free). For Spotify to work on the handset, you will need to purchase the Premium service, while the free version works on desktops and laptops.
With a Spotify premium subscription, you are able to download your playlists so that they can be enjoyed offline – kiss bye bye to content streaming!
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