It looks like music streaming service, Spotify is attempting to take on Apple’s iTunes, as the company has just announced that Spotify tunes can now be synced with Apple’s iPod and they are also launching a download store that will let you purchase tracks and playlists.
Spotify has now added a feature that will let you sync your music with your Apple iPod, and it is compatible with, the iPod Classic, iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle, and when connected to your computer via USB, your iPod will now appear in the Spotify sidebar.
Spotify have also launched a download music store, in an attempt to take on Apple’s iTunes, and you can now purchase tracks from as little as $0.50 per track, which is almost half of what Apple’s iTunes charges, although we are not sure as yet how many tracks are available at this price.
Spotify’s new MP3 download service makes it possible to own your playlists in one easy step. By introducing a range of MP3 bundles, we’ve been able to offer you some of the most competitive prices available.
Spotify has also now made their iPhone and Android applications available to everyone, and you can now purchase tracks from the Spotify download store and synce them to your iPhone or Android device.
You can find out more details about the new range of Spotify services over at the Spotify Blog.
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