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Spotify frees your music, at least on the desktop

16
Jan
2014

Spotify on Wednesday announced that its lifting all limitations from its free desktop version, allowing users in all countries where the service is available to listen to music for as long as they want, and play their favorite songs for as many time as they want. “In the past, we had to restrict your listening time to some hours a month once a 6-month unlimited grace period had passed,” Spotify writes. “But now, if you haven’t noticed, there’s no more time limit if you are using Spotify for free.” The free version will still serve ads in between songs, while the paid Spotify Premium version will remove ads and offer other perks such as track downloads and better audio. Spotify’s

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