Since we’re developing Spotify for the Macintosh platform, we occasionally stumble upon the wonderful world of Cocoa. To celebrate this, a few of us programmers have decided to start a local CocoaHeads chapter here in Sweden. Therefore, we hereby invite all of you interested in Cocoa development to our very first meeting, next Monday (June […]
Spotify’s business model is partially based on well targeted advertising. The targeting won’t work particularly well if users share accounts. In order to be able to keep providing you with a music service that’s great for fans as well as artists, we need to start preventing account sharing in the beta test. We still want […]
Today we released Spotify 0.2.13. A number of bugs have been fixed, and Spotify now pauses when waking up from hibernation. This is nice if you happen to leave in a hurry for a presentation, quickly closing your laptop lid while Spotify is blasting your favorite inappropriate tunes at full volume, and then opening it […]
We just released Spotify 0.2.12. For this version of Spotify: The graphics for the play/pause control buttons has been updated. The information for the unavailable albums has been changed. More category dividers have been added to the artist pages. Context menus have been added for the artist title on artist and album pages. A bug […]
In the Spotify lab we have some really talented coworkers who managed to make it to second place in the 8th Extreme Challenge in Hungary. Well done, guys! But what happened to Mattias?
We’ve been taking Daniel’s and Martin’s pictures. It’s not been easy to get them to pose for us, but once we managed to get them in front of the camera they appeared to be naturals, both of them.
Do you think Spotify seems like a pretty neat thing and would like to help us achieving our goal of providing everyone with all the music everywhere? If you have experience of Nokia’s S60 platform or are just such a kick-ass coder that you think you can learn it in an instant, please send your […]