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Goofey's Girl Avatar
7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Hi
Wondered if anyone uses this site. If i understand it right you can listen to music for free but cant download it.
You can make playlists and then listen to them on any of your computers.
The free version has advertising but you can pay and upgrade to get rid of that.
Does anyone use it. Thinking of letting my son use it. Does it have the chart stuff or is it older stuff. Also do the adverts get really annoying.
Thanks in advance.
Also if anyone knows any sites that are better would appreciate knowing them.
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
i use it and it's worth putting up with the odd advert. So far i've found most songs that i've searched for, both recent and "oldies"
#2
Highly recommended - latest stuff and quite a back catalogue from my searches. Like QueenLush says, its worth putting up with the odd advert.
#3
Great thanks I wanted to know before I download the installation stuff as my computer is slightly full up.

We'll give it a go....kids can put up with aderts for free.
#4
the ads are approx every 20 mins and not on for long
#5
I use it all the time now - the best part is it's completely legal :)
#6
great program, ads are fine so long as they don't increase the amount of them.
#7
Every 20 mins doesnt sound bad..no worse than the tv.
Appreciate all your answers.
#8
Spotify is great, I use it and the program itself is small and installed on my computer in about 10 seconds :)
#9
Absolutly brilliant, and the bestthing is you can share playlists. Spotilist.com or something like that.
I just cant wait till they add some new features, some community stuff, artist specific radio (kind of like Pandora if anyone used that) and some additional homepage features. it could really be a beast!
banned#10
Great site!!!
#11
could you put your music to your mp3 player?
#12
It's just ok, I can't find half the stuff I listen to there's not really a recommend an artist section. The streaming is great but I just feel like it's radio one without the annoying DJ's.
Last.fm is still my choice, I like listening to bands, artists and moosik makers that haven't even got a record contract, maybe that stems from how I used Napster, AudioGalaxy and soulseek or more than likely the influence John Peel had on my music habits.


http://open.spotify.com/user/quasimolio/playlist/0wIKAiBZewKmoSEpalCao3 check out bohemian rhapsody.........speechless. :shock:
#13
Artonox
could you put your music to your mp3 player?


No unfortunately
#14
queenlush
No unfortunately


Yeah you can get programs that rip music from spotify.

Basically its just a recorder.
#15
vengod
Yeah you can get programs that rip music from spotify.

Basically its just a recorder.


Which is a shame since what Spotify offers is excellent until people decide they don't want to pay for the privilege of listening to the music on other devices.

It's free on the computer but you have to pay in order to transfer the tracks to an MP3 player. It's not rocket science. Pay for the music if you want it via other means and stop being a tightwad :thumbsup:
#16
I do like Spotify but love Last.fm - found many a good band on there who I've grown to love!
1 Like #17
vengod
Yeah you can get programs that rip music from spotify.

Basically its just a recorder.


http://applian.com/replay-music/

But isn't that illegal? Or is there no law against recording it?
#18
Xb0xGuru
Which is a shame since what Spotify offers is excellent until people decide they don't want to pay for the privilege of listening to the music on other devices.

It's free on the computer but you have to pay in order to transfer the tracks to an MP3 player. It's not rocket science. Pay for the music if you want it via other means and stop being a tightwad :thumbsup:


I sometimes just let spotify play even when I'm not listening, that way they're getting an income from adverts still.
#19
queenlush
No unfortunately


i see, since looking at their concept video resembles similar to "torrent" sites of downloading from each other.
#20
Artonox
i see, since looking at their concept video resembles similar to "torrent" sites of downloading from each other.


Who's downloading from each other? I don't think that's how spotify works?
#21
Artonox
i see, since looking at their concept video resembles similar to "torrent" sites of downloading from each other.


http://www.spotify.com/en/about/press/concept-video/

Just watched this - tell me where it shows peer-to-peer connections?
#22
From help section

Why does Spotify use so many internet connections?
Spotify uses a peer-to-peer network along with streaming servers to stream music. This is why you see multiple connections to other Spotify users. Though to be fair BBC's iplayer works along the same lines
#23
blackbart
From help section

Why does Spotify use so many internet connections?
Spotify uses a peer-to-peer network along with streaming servers to stream music. This is why you see multiple connections to other Spotify users. Though to be fair BBC's iplayer works along the same lines


ty for clearing that up.
I said it is similar to one in terms of layout. Looking at it again, there isn't any obvious evidence to back what im saying, so i guess the little bars next to the play times ive mistaken for peer coverage over "popularity"
#24
Artonox
ty for clearing that up.
I said it is similar to one in terms of layout. Looking at it again, there isn't any obvious evidence to back what im saying, so i guess the little bars next to the play times ive mistaken for peer coverage over "popularity"


Looking at it, the content is centralised on servers but once you start to listen to a track, you upload a small amount of it too.

I too am glad this is cleared up :-D
#25
Xb0xGuru
Looking at it, the content is centralised on servers but once you start to listen to a track, you upload a small amount of it too.

I too am glad this is cleared up :-D


lol i bet im "gladder" - thought i was gonna get lynched for saying something false :D:D
#26
Benjimoron
http://applian.com/replay-music/

But isn't that illegal? Or is there no law against recording it?


Seems to be no more illegal than recording the radio, oh hang on, isn't that illegal now! :thinking:

Still, thanks for the link to Replay Music, I'm trying it now.
#27
looking at that replay site....it is all very convincing that it is legal.

My gut feeling is that it must be illegal but reading the blurb they seem to suggest that if you are only recording for your own use it is legal. I find that difficult to believe.
#28
Goofey's Girl
looking at that replay site....it is all very convincing that it is legal.

My gut feeling is that it must be illegal but reading the blurb they seem to suggest that if you are only recording for your own use it is legal. I find that difficult to believe.


I'm sure it must be illegal, same way that p2p sites are illegal. I think technically they are mearly allowing you to do something you could do with windows anyway but it's the way that it's geared towards something that is illegal.

ie filesharing web-sites don't do anything illegal but they're geared towards people swapping copyrighted material.
#29
http://applian.com/legal.php

Although reading that it would appear to be legal. Can't believe you can just save the music for free!!!

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