Spotify is a terrific app for music lovers. This is a great way to find new music and it’s always changing the playlists based on your listening habits. However, if you are someone who wants to make their own playlists and listen to the latest songs on Spotify but does not have an account, this article will help you get started.
What’s this service about?
It’s the most popular of its kind and boasts an impressive collection of both old and new hits. Spotify is a (somewhat) free music streaming service that allows you to stream any song, album or playlist on demand.
Spotify has an extensive library of millions of songs and hundreds of millions of ecstatic fans. You can even use it offline by downloading the app for your phone and going ghost (like Tom Cruise in Rogue Nation, admit it, you thought about it at least once).
There are many ways to get new music onto Spotify: search for tracks on YouTube, ask friends who have a premium account what they’re listening to, or upload your own. In fact, Spotify, which has been invented at the turn of the century by two (obviously) geniuses, has a system so impossibly thought through and easy to use that you’ll find uploading music to it is faster than at any other system ever. Whoosh! Let’s get started.
- Go to Spotify.com and download the client
- Create an account using an ID and password combination you make up
- Choose Local Files on the left of the UI
- Upload your music
- Pow! You are now a master of your fate, a captain of your soul, standing at the helm of your Destiny, grislily eyeing up the brave new world of challenges, victories, and limitless joy yet to come. Congratulations! If there’s anything else you need, let us know.
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