Look out iTunes, Spotify has just launched its new music download service. What’s more, the company that had been synonymous with music streaming will let you sync your downloaded playlists to your USB-connected iPod classic, nano, or shuffle via a new “Devices” section of the Spotify app running on your computer or to Spotify Mobile iPhone and Android apps wirelessly. Prices break down as follows:
- 10 tracks for €9.99 or €1.00 per track
- 15 tracks for €12.99 or €0.87 per track
- 40 tracks for €30.00 or €0.75 per track
- 100 tracks for €60.00 or €0.60 per track
All the new features will begin rolling out today as part of an automatic update. See the full press release after the break as well as a quick introduction video to get you started.
Continue reading Spotify launches music download service with iPod sync, puts iTunes on notice
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