If you listen really closely I think you can hear the sounds of Pandora shaking in its proverbial boots. This is because SpotON has now launched SpotON Radio and is ready to take charge as a new app on the music streaming scene that ties in to the popular Spotify music service (offering “A world of music” for your listening pleasure).
With online access to over 15 million audio tracks there is little concern that you won’t be able to find something that will interest you.
The exciting thing is that there is more charm to SpotON Radio than just access to a considerable music library. With a feature list that includes the ability to create custom playlists based on your favorite artists, export station history such that it can become your own playlist, rate as many songs as you can get your ears on with like and dislike so that your recommendations for things you may enjoy are as accurate as possible… all while streaming at an amazing 320 kbps (while connected to WiFi) and sporting beautiful retro-style graphics in a manner that is very pleasing.
Oh, and did I mention you get all of these things ad-free from an app that is also free?
Now it likely goes without saying that you are going to need a subscription to Spotify’s premium service in order to use this app which comes with a cost of $9.99 a month –though you certainly could spend a lot more trying to buy all of these tracks that you will have streamed to you so that requirement really doesn’t seem like a problem if you ask me. Besides, Spotify does offer a host of additional value-added features if you are signed-up (like social networking to meet others with your same or similar music taste)… but I digress.
Your mileage may vary, but it’s worth a try. The worst case scenario is you get the opportunity to listen to some of your favorite music and maybe even get a few recommendations for new stuff you may enjoy.
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