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Spotify lands another hot integration, this time with mixing app Djay

22
May
2014

Spotify isnt profitable quite yet, but with 10 million paid subscribers, the company is likely closer than anyone else in the on-demand music space to breaking even. You could attribute the companys success to a variety of things, from its extensive music collection to its fleet of apps for almost every platform, but I think another side of Spotifys business deserves a bit more credit: the increasing number of apps, gadgets, services, and even cars that plug directly into Spotify. The latest is a hard-wired integration with Djay, one of the most popular DJ-ing apps, which lets you stream two tracks from Spotify simultaneously and mix between them in real-time. The integration gives DJs access to a library of 20 million tracks, where before, they would have only had access to their local iTunes library or to a crate of vinyls.

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