Imagine one of the biggest music catalogs you can hear about your computer or laptop. Speypie is a well-known free app that runs online music through streaming and ends its competition with millions of users around the world.
The Spitfight features a great music catalog, supported by the main record labels as well as independent producers, it's all easy to explore thanks to the environment for its search engines. Another way to enjoy catalogs is to use its radio, which is classified as classified and organized by class or date, or subscribed to a member of thousands of playlists found, both official and user-created.
The program lets you create and edit playlists, run a shuttle, repeat the playlist, pause, show album covers for listening to music, and integration with Last.fm. Plus, along with being a streaming music player, the SPIFFIC lets you listen to a song from a certain point, even allowing you to run your local files using the same application.
The big advantage of Spotify's latest versions is that it lets you use apps and supplements that offer the possibility of enjoying a full experience while listening to your favorite music catalog. Plus, you will also get the option to create customized radio based on a song or playlist, which will guarantee that you always enjoy the songs that are adapted to your taste.
Discover all the details about the song you are playing with Genius with Spanfix
A year ago, Genius and Spitif have signed an agreement to showcase their songs as well as showcase stories and jokes. A collaboration where we stand for the benefit of users. Although it was a peculiar symptom that was exclusive features for iOS ... until yesterday, when "behind the tracks" landed on the Android ecosystem.
Now with precision now than the new navigation bar
When I leave home, one of my standard routines is to keep my bike helmet, grab my smartphone and drag the SPECIFIC Icon. So I was surprised when I opened it today to see a new interface. Speedy is not specifically designed for Android UI design: It's OK but it's a little annoying. But we do not have to worry more about it that it's just under a big Fitzitt: now there's a navigation bar at the bottom of the screen.
Facebook Messenger now lets you send spoofic songs
Next we are going to complain about these applications being too heavy. Facebook Messenger has got its kinetic to separate itself from internal plugins to extend its features from WhatsApp. The latest update for iOS and Android official clients has added the most interesting one to this array: Now you can embed featured songs in your Facebook chats.
Requires free registration on Spotify.com. Free accounts may have to listen to some ads every so often. The service is available in the UK, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Spain and France.
The new version includes a complete re-design of the app towards a more modern look, with black as the main color.