Spotify Goes Free On IOS And Android, Led Zeppelin Joins The Party

Posted: Dec 12 2013, 2:31am CST | by , in News | Technology News

 

Spotify goes free on iOS and Android, Led Zeppelin joins the party
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Word about Spotify's upcoming offering made news recently, when CEO Daniel Ek announced a free streaming service for iOS and Android. The new Spotify mobile app offers access to millions of songs, and users can create playlists or play any song on demand.

Ek highlighted a "Shuffle" feature, which allows users to play a stream of random tracks based on an artist or playlist. "Just hit shuffle play, sit back and listen to their entire catalogue," the company said.

Meanwhile, the legendary rock band, Led Zeppelin, is joining Spotify today. Avid fans can stream the band's catalog of songs on demand. The company aims to release two albums a day this week, beginning with "Led Zeppelin" and "Led Zeppelin II."

"By Sunday, December 15,  the full Led Zeppelin album catalog will be available to play as often as you like," said Candice Katz of Spotify. 

Source: Spotify

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