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  1. ricosuavee4's Avatar
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    I dont wanna download music from my cp to my nokia, and the nokia music app doesn't do it for me, plays same songs over and over. I want Spotify.
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    Search... Spotify is working on an app, it isn't out yet. If you haven't signed up for Xbox music pass you can get a free trial.
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    slacker radio is pretty good too...
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    Slacker is way better on the wp8. I hardly get interrupted on it. But I want Spotify cuz the wife uses it and shares playlists.
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    Thanks! I'm really liking Slacker Radio, can you listen offline?
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    My recommendation would be for Xbox music pass myself. That thing works an absolute treat for me.

    "Fortune cookie said: 'Outlook not so good'. I said: 'Sure, but Microsoft ships it anyway'."
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    LastFM for a streaming radio!
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    Spotify had a wp7 app, but is was rather buggy. It won't install on wp8 due to screen resolution (you can Bing search on the phone for Spotify and it comes up but won't install).
    Spotify says they are working on a new, and hopefully better, version of the app for wp8 rather then fixing the older app for whatever reason. Its slates to release sometime in 2013 so it will be a while.
    Xbox music pass could work if you are willing to commit only to Microsoft products, there is no way to use it on Mac, Android, IOS, or UNIX, whereas Spotify is platform agnostic.
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    There was a Spotify app for WP7, however it's one of the few apps where Microsoft gave the developer access to native code to write it, ostensibly to make it work better or to access some feature of the OS that it needed. As a result though, the app is not compatible with WP8 since it's a re-write of the OS with a different kernel and new features. Spotify says they are working on a new and improved Spotify app for WP8 though, so I'm sure that will be along in a few months.

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