Streaming radio in iPad and iPhone

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I have read that spotify has streaming radio is this available worldwide?

How does it work?

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Streaming radio in iPad and iPhone

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Yes, Mayer you are right. Spotify update iOS app with Free Streaming Radio for iPhone and iPad. These Streaming Radio generous free users in the US access with unlimited quantity of music.

The Streaming Radio generous will be accessible to Premium user’s external of the United States. Here in Streaming Radio accessible more than millions of songs. 

If you want to enjoy this apps, you have to download this apps is now accessible in the App Store. You can make unlimited stations from single songs, playlists or albums.
If you want to save tracks to Streaming Radio playlists then click on “like” button. You can browse friend’s playlists by Streaming Radio station and personalize stations by click on “like” button.
 
I wish you will get help from here. Enjoy yourself.
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Streaming radio in iPad and iPhone

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Actually, although its feature is called Radio, it is not a classic radio.

That feature is enabled to Free, Unlimited and Premium account users.

It creates random playlist of songs that are chosen based on specific genres and decades from the catalog of approx. 18 million sons.

You can skip as many tracks as desired. Since 20th June 2012, Spotify radio streaming is available for free on iPad and iPhone in USA.

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Streaming radio in iPad and iPhone

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In addition to previous posts, Spotify was launched on October of 2008 by the Swedish company Spotify AB.

They are a Swedish music-streaming service that offers streaming of selected digitally-restricted music from independent and major record labels which includes Warner Music Group, Sony, Universal, and EMI. The service had roughly 10 million users by September 15, 2010 and 2.5 million of these users were paid subscribers.

The total number of users already reached 15 million by August 2012; 4 million of these users are paying monthly subscriptions. The service that Spotify offers is only available in these countries; this is as of May 2012:

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Faroe Islands
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • The Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • The United Kingdom
  • United States

The service is only available in the countries listed above. If you decided to register an account with Spotify, you will have a free 6-month trial period where you can listen to unlimited amount of music.

But after the free 6-month trial period, you will only have a limit of 10 hours of music to listen every month. Subscriptions are limited to people with credit/debit cards or PayPal accounts registered in certain countries.

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