spotify question

  arminmckidd 17:40 09 Sep 10

Can spotify premium account be used concurrently by 2 users logged in and streaming music?

  eedcam 19:04 09 Sep 10

dont think so Iknow the free version does.nt if both on at the same time

  arminmckidd 19:24 09 Sep 10

yeah i had a feeling the free version might have the concurrency issue, but i was sure the premium version would at least solve the issue. I mean its basic programming isnt it?

  eedcam 22:32 09 Sep 10

Ah but spotify is a pretty clever beast though you dont get the adverts on the paid version you might not be aware just how .Example an advert comes on so you mute the sound till you think it should finish but oh no it waits till your on again and starts again .I dont allow it to use me as a server but it still knows

  Jameslayer 22:48 09 Sep 10

I love spotify and if liusgening to a few adverts is the way then im happy.

What is the bit about server?

  Muergo 04:13 11 Sep 10

Spotify is great, it even finds tracks back to the 1920's, I haven't searched for wax cylinders yet!.
There is a rival I read about somewhere but can't remember where.
Also being able to record without being blocked is good, can make your own CDs.
There is a new BBC iPlayer out this week, very comprehensive, they say that they are working on having the whole of their archives back to day one available soon.

Can't wait for 2LO calling from Savoy Place.

  mole44 05:39 11 Sep 10

Muergo are you thinking of the French site Deezer,less choice but no adverts.

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