Ever since it was launched back in 2008, Spotify has grown considerably. The commercial music streaming service that provides DRM-protected content from various record labels has an app that grants you access to all the desired songs.
Spotify is a nice tool that lets you connect to your account either by providing the Facebook email and password or the Spotify account data. The program has a simple interface that should be easy to figure out by all users.
Thus, you may use this app to connect to the Spotify database and gain access to countless songs from labels such as Sony, EMI, Warner Music Group and Universal, along with over 20 million other users.
On top of the tracks from the Spotify servers, you can also listen to local files. These are listed by the name, artist, length, album and the date it was added. Overall data regarding the imported local files is also provided, such as the number of tracks, total length and size on disk.
The music player also comes with several buttons, including the basic Play/Pause, Next and Previous tracks. “Shuffle” and “Repeat” are also available, as well as volume controls.
All in all, Spotify is a nice program that goes hand in hand with the famous music streaming service. Less experienced individuals should find it easy to handle, thanks to the intuitive layout and its overall simplicity.