- Apr 12, 2001
BBC News reports that Swedish music subscription service Spotify has submitted its iPhone application to Apple for App Store approval. The free application would allow users of Spotify's premium service, which currently costs £9.99 per month in the UK, to stream millions of tracks to their iPhones and even allow users to cache streams for offline listening.
Spotify has also posted a video preview of its new iPhone application.Spotify has been called an "iTunes killer" because of its ease of use and its comprehensive, free library of millions of songs.
It is also looked on as a possible saviour for the music industry, in its bid to offer alternatives to piracy.
The application is designed to search for new music and will allow users to temporarily store playlists to their phone for use when there is no connection.
It will also allow users to stream playlists.
Article Link: Music Subscription Service Spotify Submits iPhone Application to Apple