Futurology: Spotify is preparing a Web version
This possibility has been reviewed by Techcrunch, which ensures that the information comes from “various sources” close to the Swedish company. Come on, moreover, that the Web version would not be as complete as applications because Spotify guys seem confident that users prefer to enjoy the musical experience from their applications for different operating systems.
And then you wonder, why would launch a Web version? The advantage I see is the convenience of being able to listen to music from any computer (even if you have installed the Spotify application), along with recommendations to share or keep your contacts in social networks, for example, more easily.
I imagine then that, if true they are working on that Web version, the Swedes are aiming to reach a greater number of users taking advantage of the spread through social networks, for example. We know that “word of mouth” works well when it comes to make known songs or artists, for example.
It would not be the version for Web browsers all he would cook the Swedes, as well as online radio service Pandora’s what you talk about here a few months ago , the guys at Spotify would be plotting even a drop in subscription fees for more competitive your bid … matter of waiting.
Link: Spotify Will Launch A Browser-Based Version (TechCrunch)Tags: application, Music, Spotify, Streaming, version, Web