Is your Spotify account missing something? Is that something an app store? Spotify has announced its first foray into third-party apps: Spotfiy Platform.
Spotify’s answer to the growing horde of me-too on-demand music subscription services will extend the company’s appeal to would-be subscribers tempted by the likes of Google Music and Amazon Cloud Player.
The Spotify Platform will allow the company’s catalogue to be used by app developers to add reviews and song lyrics to songs, or to enable users to create DJ mixes (as opposed to simple playlists).
It means that music experts and magazines will be able to curate the pick of new and old music, helping Spotify’s users sift the best out of Spotify’s enormous song library (which currently has around 15 million tracks). We'd expect to see a bunch of new ideas springing up over the coming weeks, too. As usual, we'll be bringing you up to date as it happens.
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