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  1. Sidify Music Converter 1.2.7 Sidify Music Converter is a well-designed audio converter for Spotify. It can remove DRM from Spotify music and make it possible to save Spotify music to local computer or play it on your music player. Besides, you can use Sidify Music Converter to convert Spotify music to mp3 or aac format according to your need. Sidify Music Converter Features: • Convert Spotify Music with High Quality. • Sidify Music Converter can throw DRM-free music in various formats including MP3, AAC, WAV, and FLAC. • Also preserves important metadata like artwork, artist, album, release year, etc. • Preserve metadata and artwork • Highly compatibility and free updates for Lifetime. • Burn music from Spotify to a CD with just one click. You can even share your downloaded songs with friends or family via email. • It retains the ID3 tags and converts songs at 5x speeds. By retaining ID3 tags, you won’t need to go through the extremely time-consuming task of fulfilling the metadata of the songs such as title, artwork, artist info, etc. What’s New in Sidify Music Converter 1.2.7 1. Fully fix the issue of failing to parse Spotify links. 2. Add Intelligent Mode in convert settings. 3. Strengthen the function of "Keep Output Organized". 4. Support adding music by copying the link of playlist or song to clipboard. 5. Add some new features and fix some bugs. Key Features: • Decrypt and convert Spotify song or playlist to MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV. • Preserve 100% of your original audio quality after conversion (). • Preserve ID tags after conversion; Fast conversion speed. • Support variable bitrates (VBR) - better quality with smaller file size. • Support 22 languages and more. • Highly compatible with the latest Windows 10 and Spotify. System & Hardware Requirements: Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 (32-bit & 64-bit) Processor: 1G Hz processor, or above RAM: 512MB or higher of RAM Monitor: Monitor with 1024x768 pixels or higher resolution Other: Spotify app Homepage:http://www.sidify.com/spotify-windows/drm-music-converter.html Changelog: http://www.sidify.com/spotify-windows/version-history.html Download Setup: http://www.sidify.com/sidify-music-converter.exe Patch: Site: https://mega.nz Sharecode [?]: /#!wEtBWbgD!iuq6w8oiDyMVF9YdDKNdaGbI5jCaFkSfANLx1z4HOP8 Sidify Music Converter 1.2.7 Preactivated Repack (23 MB) Download: Site: https://mega.nz Sharecode [?]: /#!kJMhAS6J!NyZ3V4ooLtrsFNSnktHb8yvGH2Bqw9uY6vIN566bRdQ
  2. TunesKit Spotify Converter 1.2.7.138 Convert Spotify music to MP3, WAV, and FLAC file format with the help of this lightweight piece of software that lets you adjust the output quality. If you want to make your Spotify music available on more devices, it would be best to convert it to a file format. TunesKit Spotify Converter is an application that helps you with that, being able to process your tracks, albums, and playlists and move them to various popular audio file formats. Features Download any music track, album, artist and playlist from Spotify within free subscription Spotify is the biggest streaming music service in the market that only allows subscribers to stream to listen to music without downloading, if you sign up as a free membership. Now with TunesKit Spofity Music Converter for Windows, downloading all kinds of music from Spotify can't be easier even if you are not subscribing the premium plan. You just need to drag the Spotify track, album, artist or playlist to the software screen and the music will be download in seconds within one click only. Convert protected Spotify songs and playlists to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A, M4B TunesKit Spotify Converter not only has the ability to download the Spotify music, but also can remove Spotify DRM and convert the songs, albums and artists to a number of popular output formats, including MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A, M4B for different needs. After conversion, you will be able to play the Spotify music offline on any MP3 player, mobile device, home sound system, car radio, and so on. Losslessly preserve original quality and metadata of Spotify music Unlike many other Spotify downloaders or recorders that rip songs through recording and get unexpected noise or quality reduction on the final output music, TunesKit Spolity Music Converter combines with the latest DRM music decryption technology so it can easily crack the DRM encryption from Spotify music without any quality loss. As a result, the ID tags and metadata info of the Spotify streams, such as artist, track number, year, genre, composer, etc will be retained 100%. Easily organize output music library by artists and albums Your converted music library might become bigger and bigger as time goes. To make it easier for you to manage and archive your Spotify music files, TunesKit Spotify Converter for Windows provides the option to save the output tracks by artist or album automatically. Thanks to this useful and humanize feature, there is no need to sort your music one by one manually so that you can save lots of precious time. What's more, you are allowed to customize the output settings of the music tracks via channels, bit rates, sample rates, etc. 5X speedy Spotify music conversion It is really a pain to use the traditional method to record music in real time if you have abundant of Spotify songs. Now with TunesKit Spotify Music Converter, you don't need to worry about the conversion time any more. This smart Spotify music app supports to convert your music songs in batch at up to 5X faster speed. In addition, the music conversion process is done automatically so that you don't need to sit in front of the computer during the conversion. Easy-to-use & free upgrade TunesKit Spotify Converter for Windows has been well-designed with a simple yet beautiful interface. Anyone can handle it at the first glance even without refering to the user tutorial. In addition, TunesKit keeps improving the software and releasing new versions constantly. You don't need to worry about the compatibility between TunesKit and Spotify at all. For buyers of TunesKit Spotify Converter, you can enjoy free lifelong software upgrade ever since. A perfect Spotify solution to convert any Spotify song for any player. TunesKit Spotify Music Converter for Windows is a versatile DRM remover and converter. Combining a lot of stunning features, it's your best assistant to download Spotify music, convert Spotify tracks to MP3, classify Spotify library, etc. In a word, it delivers a perfect all-in-one solution to meet your requirements of downloading and converting Spotify music for any device. System & Hardware Requirements: Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 (32-bit & 64-bit) Processor: 1G Hz processor, or above RAM: 512MB or higher of RAM Monitor: Monitor with 1024x768 pixels or higher resolution Other: Spotify app Homepage: http://www.tuneskit.com/spotify-converter-for-win.html Download: http://www.tuneskit.com/download/SpotifyConverter.exe Registration Keys: https://paste.ee/p/DAYC9 TunesKit Spotify Converter 1.2.7.138 preactivated (repack) (2.1 MB): Site: https://mega.nzSharecode[?]: /#!lZNS1B5J!I93HLFF-DyLwgKoJEKDu-COyENYRrPlWSXsxTDhJVts
  3. Streaming company walks back policy that took R. Kelly, XXXTentacion off playlists However well-intentioned it may have been, Spotify's controversial policy to reduce "hate content and hateful conduct" on the streaming platform was short-lived. The company announced Friday that while its policy against hate content remains in place, it will not "play judge and jury" when it comes to artist conduct. The brief timeline of events goes like this: Early in May, Spotify announced it would scrub music that was violent or hateful from its platform, and also said it would no longer promote artists who demonstrated "hateful conduct." Under that second half of the policy, the streaming service removed R. Kelly and XXXTentacion from its promoted playlists while keeping the music available on the platform. Such actions sparked a deluge of concerns about whether the company should be playing moral police. On May 24th, after high-profile dissent from the industry, including artists like Kendrick Lamar, Spotify restored XXXTentacion to its playlists. On May 30th, Spotify chief executive Daniel Ek admitted the roll-out was a flub, in a rare interview, adding that the company "could have done a much better job." Read the company's statement below. Spotify's Official Policy Update to Its Hate Content and Hateful Conduct Policy Spotify recently shared a new policy around hate content and conduct. And while we believe our intentions were good, the language was too vague, we created confusion and concern, and didn't spend enough time getting input from our own team and key partners before sharing new guidelines. It’s important to note that our policy had two parts. The first was related to promotional decisions in the rare cases of the most extreme artist controversies. As some have pointed out, this language was vague and left too many elements open to interpretation. We created concern that an allegation might affect artists’ chances of landing on a Spotify playlist and negatively impact their future. Some artists even worried that mistakes made in their youth would be used against them. That’s not what Spotify is about. We don’t aim to play judge and jury. We aim to connect artists and fans – and Spotify playlists are a big part of how we do that. Our playlist editors are deeply rooted in their respective cultures, and their decisions focus on what music will positively resonate with their listeners. That can vary greatly from culture to culture, and playlist to playlist. Across all genres, our role is not to regulate artists. Therefore, we are moving away from implementing a policy around artist conduct. The second part of our policy addressed hate content. Spotify does not permit content whose principal purpose is to incite hatred or violence against people because of their race, religion, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation. As we’ve done before, we will remove content that violates that standard. We’re not talking about offensive, explicit, or vulgar content – we’re talking about hate speech. We will continue to seek ways to impact the greater good and further the industry we all care so much about. We believe Spotify has an opportunity to help push the broader music community forward through conversation, collaboration and action. We’re committed to working across the artist and advocacy communities to help achieve that. Source
  4. TunesKit Spotify Converter 1.2.6.132 Convert Spotify music to MP3, WAV, and FLAC file format with the help of this lightweight piece of software that lets you adjust the output quality. If you want to make your Spotify music available on more devices, it would be best to convert it to a file format. TunesKit Spotify Converter is an application that helps you with that, being able to process your tracks, albums, and playlists and move them to various popular audio file formats. Features Download any music track, album, artist and playlist from Spotify within free subscription Spotify is the biggest streaming music service in the market that only allows subscribers to stream to listen to music without downloading, if you sign up as a free membership. Now with TunesKit Spofity Music Converter for Windows, downloading all kinds of music from Spotify can't be easier even if you are not subscribing the premium plan. You just need to drag the Spotify track, album, artist or playlist to the software screen and the music will be download in seconds within one click only. Convert protected Spotify songs and playlists to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A, M4B TunesKit Spotify Converter not only has the ability to download the Spotify music, but also can remove Spotify DRM and convert the songs, albums and artists to a number of popular output formats, including MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A, M4B for different needs. After conversion, you will be able to play the Spotify music offline on any MP3 player, mobile device, home sound system, car radio, and so on. Losslessly preserve original quality and metadata of Spotify music Unlike many other Spotify downloaders or recorders that rip songs through recording and get unexpected noise or quality reduction on the final output music, TunesKit Spolity Music Converter combines with the latest DRM music decryption technology so it can easily crack the DRM encryption from Spotify music without any quality loss. As a result, the ID tags and metadata info of the Spotify streams, such as artist, track number, year, genre, composer, etc will be retained 100%. Easily organize output music library by artists and albums Your converted music library might become bigger and bigger as time goes. To make it easier for you to manage and archive your Spotify music files, TunesKit Spotify Converter for Windows provides the option to save the output tracks by artist or album automatically. Thanks to this useful and humanize feature, there is no need to sort your music one by one manually so that you can save lots of precious time. What's more, you are allowed to customize the output settings of the music tracks via channels, bit rates, sample rates, etc. 5X speedy Spotify music conversion It is really a pain to use the traditional method to record music in real time if you have abundant of Spotify songs. Now with TunesKit Spotify Music Converter, you don't need to worry about the conversion time any more. This smart Spotify music app supports to convert your music songs in batch at up to 5X faster speed. In addition, the music conversion process is done automatically so that you don't need to sit in front of the computer during the conversion. Easy-to-use & free upgrade TunesKit Spotify Converter for Windows has been well-designed with a simple yet beautiful interface. Anyone can handle it at the first glance even without refering to the user tutorial. In addition, TunesKit keeps improving the software and releasing new versions constantly. You don't need to worry about the compatibility between TunesKit and Spotify at all. For buyers of TunesKit Spotify Converter, you can enjoy free lifelong software upgrade ever since. A perfect Spotify solution to convert any Spotify song for any player. TunesKit Spotify Music Converter for Windows is a versatile DRM remover and converter. Combining a lot of stunning features, it's your best assistant to download Spotify music, convert Spotify tracks to MP3, classify Spotify library, etc. In a word, it delivers a perfect all-in-one solution to meet your requirements of downloading and converting Spotify music for any device. System & Hardware Requirements: Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 (32-bit & 64-bit) Processor: 1G Hz processor, or above RAM: 512MB or higher of RAM Monitor: Monitor with 1024x768 pixels or higher resolution Other: Spotify app Homepage: http://www.tuneskit.com/spotify-converter-for-win.html Download: http://www.tuneskit.com/download/SpotifyConverter.exe Registration Keys: https://paste.ee/p/DAYC9 Preactivated Repack: Site: https://mega.nzSharecode[?]: /#!gFczSSSB!bZhuIQtkaD9nh8ej0JuxPWE3_QLwnQePUx3efN6gNVM
  5. TunesKit Spotify Converter 1.2.5.132 Convert Spotify music to MP3, WAV, and FLAC file format with the help of this lightweight piece of software that lets you adjust the output quality. If you want to make your Spotify music available on more devices, it would be best to convert it to a file format. TunesKit Spotify Converter is an application that helps you with that, being able to process your tracks, albums, and playlists and move them to various popular audio file formats. Features Download any music track, album, artist and playlist from Spotify within free subscription Spotify is the biggest streaming music service in the market that only allows subscribers to stream to listen to music without downloading, if you sign up as a free membership. Now with TunesKit Spofity Music Converter for Windows, downloading all kinds of music from Spotify can't be easier even if you are not subscribing the premium plan. You just need to drag the Spotify track, album, artist or playlist to the software screen and the music will be download in seconds within one click only. Convert protected Spotify songs and playlists to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A, M4B TunesKit Spotify Converter not only has the ability to download the Spotify music, but also can remove Spotify DRM and convert the songs, albums and artists to a number of popular output formats, including MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, M4A, M4B for different needs. After conversion, you will be able to play the Spotify music offline on any MP3 player, mobile device, home sound system, car radio, and so on. Losslessly preserve original quality and metadata of Spotify music Unlike many other Spotify downloaders or recorders that rip songs through recording and get unexpected noise or quality reduction on the final output music, TunesKit Spolity Music Converter combines with the latest DRM music decryption technology so it can easily crack the DRM encryption from Spotify music without any quality loss. As a result, the ID tags and metadata info of the Spotify streams, such as artist, track number, year, genre, composer, etc will be retained 100%. Easily organize output music library by artists and albums Your converted music library might become bigger and bigger as time goes. To make it easier for you to manage and archive your Spotify music files, TunesKit Spotify Converter for Windows provides the option to save the output tracks by artist or album automatically. Thanks to this useful and humanize feature, there is no need to sort your music one by one manually so that you can save lots of precious time. What's more, you are allowed to customize the output settings of the music tracks via channels, bit rates, sample rates, etc. 5X speedy Spotify music conversion It is really a pain to use the traditional method to record music in real time if you have abundant of Spotify songs. Now with TunesKit Spotify Music Converter, you don't need to worry about the conversion time any more. This smart Spotify music app supports to convert your music songs in batch at up to 5X faster speed. In addition, the music conversion process is done automatically so that you don't need to sit in front of the computer during the conversion. Easy-to-use & free upgrade TunesKit Spotify Converter for Windows has been well-designed with a simple yet beautiful interface. Anyone can handle it at the first glance even without refering to the user tutorial. In addition, TunesKit keeps improving the software and releasing new versions constantly. You don't need to worry about the compatibility between TunesKit and Spotify at all. For buyers of TunesKit Spotify Converter, you can enjoy free lifelong software upgrade ever since. A perfect Spotify solution to convert any Spotify song for any player. TunesKit Spotify Music Converter for Windows is a versatile DRM remover and converter. Combining a lot of stunning features, it's your best assistant to download Spotify music, convert Spotify tracks to MP3, classify Spotify library, etc. In a word, it delivers a perfect all-in-one solution to meet your requirements of downloading and converting Spotify music for any device. System & Hardware Requirements: Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 (32-bit & 64-bit) Processor: 1G Hz processor, or above RAM: 512MB or higher of RAM Monitor: Monitor with 1024x768 pixels or higher resolution Other: Spotify app Homepage: http://www.tuneskit.com/spotify-converter-for-win.html Download: http://www.tuneskit.com/download/SpotifyConverter.exe Registration Keys: https://paste.ee/p/DAYC9 Preactivated Version Repack: Site: https://mega.nzSharecode[?]: /#!YQdBRQBZ!0JPYwltM0lBn8hJv8vAIwIeMZ5Sr86TP97mWm2xDfgA
  6. There have been reports about upcoming changes to Spotify’s free tier of service over the past couple of weeks, and it appears the music service is now serving the updated UI to select users. While The Verge cannot confirm if this is officially the new form of the free version for mobile expected to roll out next week, these UI changes, which include the option to play songs on demand in select playlists, would make the free tier act more like a Premium account. Spotify declined to comment. Last week, Bloomberg reported these updates would specifically impact mobile users, and a flyer for the company’s upcoming April 24th event recently confirmed that modifications were coming to Spotify mobile. While there are several notable changes in this version of Spotify free for mobile, perhaps the biggest is the new option to play certain playlists on demand, as seen with the “Gold Edition” playlist above. If a playlist can only be played in shuffle mode, that is now designated with a blue shuffle icon. Previously on the free tier, all playlists could only be played in shuffle mode. Also new is the way individual songs are displayed while playing. Spotify previously used full-screen art with certain prominent playlists like RapCaviar. Now, that has seemingly rolled it out as a standard. In fact, nearly everything in this version of Spotify free is redesigned, from the Search page, which now has colorful boxed prompts like “Workout” and “Mood” to previews under playlist icons that give a heads-up on the songs contained inside (as seen under “New Music Friday,” above and to the right). When it comes to the bottom strip of navigation, the Browse button has disappeared, and that content is folded into Search. The Radio button has also disappeared, and the function is nowhere to be found throughout any menus. There’s now also a Premium button to the right, prompting free users to upgrade. Voice control, a feature Spotify was testing earlier this month, is seemingly not included in the update, for now. Spotify went public on April 3rd, and its services are available in 61 countries with an overall user base of 159 million that includes ad-supported free listeners and 70 million paying users as of January 2018. The company is forecasting as many as 96 million paid subscribers and a 30 percent increase in revenue to $6.6 billion by year’s end. It’s predicted that the company will likely continue to focus on user subscription growth, and making the free experience better to use is crucial to attracting new people to the service. Theverge.com
  7. People who access Spotify using hacked apps that remove some of the restrictions placed on free accounts are receiving warning emails from the company. Noting that "abnormal activity" has been observed from the user's software, Spotify warns that future breaches could result in suspension or even termination of a user's account. Spotify is a fantastic music streaming service used by more than 159 million users around the world. Around 71m of those are premium subscibers according to figures released by the company last December. Given the above, 88 million Spotify members are using the free tier, meaning that they’re subjected to advertising and other limitations such as shuffle-only play and track skip restrictions. The idea is that the free user gets a decent level of service but is held back just enough with small irritations to make the jump to a premium subscription a logical step at some point. What millions of free users don’t know, however, is that there are modified Spotify apps out there that can remove many of these restrictions. All the user has to do is sign up to free Spotify account, download one of the many ‘hacked’ Spotify installation files out there, put in their username and password, and enjoy. How many people use these hacked versions of Spotify isn’t clear and up to now, it’s been somewhat of a mystery as to why Spotify itself hasn’t done something about them. During the past few days, however, there have been signs that a crackdown could be on the way. In an email sent to an unknown but significant number of people, Spotify informs users of modified apps that they’re on the company’s radar and there could be consequences for trying to subvert the system. “We detected abnormal activity on the app you are using so we have disabled it. Don’t worry – your Spotify account is safe,” the email from Spotify reads. “To access your Spotify account, simply uninstall any unauthorized or modified version of Spotify and download and install the Spotify app from the official Google Play Store. If you need more help, please see our support article on Reinstalling Spotify.” Users have been popping up on Spotify’s forums asking why they’ve received this email. Some seem to think they’ve done nothing wrong but most signs point to people using modified software. The warning email from Spotify. While the email signs off with a note thanking the recipient for being a Spotify user, there is also a warning. “If we detect repeated use of unauthorized apps in violation of our terms, we reserve all rights, including suspending or terminating your account,” Spotify writes. For people who used their real accounts along with modified apps this could be a problem but many people using hacked versions go in prepared with a secondary or temporary email address and false details. Quite how far Spotify will go to rid its service of this kind of a user remains unknown but at least for now, the actual effects of this early crackdown seemed mixed. TorrentFreak has spoken with users who have modified versions and have received the email, yet their installation still works just fine. Others report that they can no longer log in with their modified version. What is clear, however, is that Spotify has both modified apps and their creators on its radar. On March 1, 2018 the company wrote to Github demanding that a popular Spotify mod known as ‘Dogfood’ be taken down from the repository. Dogfood is done on Github The full takedown notice can be found here. It lists Dogfood itself plus a whole bunch of ‘forks’ which have also been taken down by Github. There were signs in January that the developer of Dogfood might have been under pressure to limit the effectiveness of his app. On January 18 he announced on XDA that some functionality would be removed moving forward. “In order to comply with XDA’s Rules and CoC, Spotify Dogfood has taken a new direction, and now offers *exclusively* Ad-free music playback,” he wrote. “Any other features won’t be included anymore in this mod. But, that doesn’t mean anything if you’re a true, a core user of this app, because there will still be regular updates to it, as there has been up until now.” Where that development will take place now isn’t clear but it clearly won’t be on Github. Indeed, even XDA has been targeted by Spotify, with the site receiving a DMCA notice from the company which required the removal of links and an apparent closure of the whole discussion. XDA DMCA takedown For now it seems that Spotify is playing nice, at least with users of modified apps. Whether it will continue with the same relaxed attitude is unclear but it’s hard not to connect the move with its intention to go public and its $23bn valuation. Still, the company should be more in tune with pirates than most given its history, so may yet have a decent plan up its sleeve. Source
  8. Without The Pirate Bay, Spotify may have never turned into the success it is today. Ten years ago record labels were so desperate to find an answer to the ever-growing piracy problem that they agreed to take a gamble. Now, more than a decade later, Spotify has turned into a billion-dollar company, with pirate roots. When Spotify launched its first beta in the fall of 2008, many people were blown away by its ease of use. With the option to stream millions of tracks supported by an occasional ad, or free of ads for a small subscription fee, Spotify offered something that was more convenient than piracy. In the years that followed, Spotify rolled out its music service in more than 60 countries, amassing over 160 million users. While the service is often billed as a piracy killer, ironically, it also owes its success to piracy. As a teenager, Spotify founder and CEO Daniel Ek was fascinated by Napster, which triggered a piracy revolution in the late nineties. Napster made all the music in the world accessible in a few clicks, something Spotify also set out to do a few years later, legally. “I want to replicate my first experience with piracy,” Ek told Businessweek years ago. “What eventually killed it was that it didn’t work for the people participating with the content. The challenge here is about solving both of those things.” While the technical capabilities were certainly there, the main stumbling block was getting the required licenses. The music industry hadn’t had a lot of good experiences with the Internet a decade ago so there was plenty of hesitation. The same was true of Sweden, where The Pirate Bay had just gained a lot of traction. There was a pro-sharing culture being cultivated by Piratbyrån, Swedish for the Piracy Bureau, which was the driving force behind the torrent site in the early days. After the first Pirate Bay raid in 2006, thousands of people gathered in the streets of Stockholm to declare their support for the site and their right to share. Pro-piracy protest in Stockholm Interestingly, however, this pro-piracy climate turned out to be in Spotify’s favor. In a detailed feature in the Swedish newspaper Breakit Per Sundin, CEO of Sony BMG at the time, suggests that The Pirate Bay helped Spotify. “If Pirate Bay had not existed or made such a mess in the market, I don’t think Spotify would have seen the light of the day. You wouldn’t get the licenses you wanted,” Sundin said. With music industry revenues dropping, record labels had to fire hundreds of people. They were becoming desperate and were looking for change, something Spotify was promising. At the time, the idea of having millions of songs readily and legally available was totally new. Many immediately saw it as an “alternative to music piracy” and even Pirate Bay founder Peter Sunde was impressed. “It was great. It was always what was missing in the pirate services, that intuitive interface,” Sunde told Breakit. Sunde also believed that The Pirate Bay and all the buzz around piracy in Sweden was a great boon to Spotify. But while the latter turned into a billion-dollar business that’s about to go public, Sunde and the other TPB founders still owe the labels millions in damages. “Without file-sharing, The Pirate Bay and the political work done by Piratbyrån, it was not possible to get the licensing agreements Spotify received,” Sunde said. “Sometimes I think I should have received 10, 20 or 30 percent of Spotify, as a thank you for the help.” In addition to creating the right climate for the major record labels to get on board, The Pirate Bay also appears to have been of more practical assistance. When Spotify first launched several people noticed that some tracks still had tags from pirate groups such as FairLight in the title. Those are not the files you expect the labels to offer, but files that were on The Pirate Bay. Also, Spotify mysteriously offered music from a band that decided to share their music on The Pirate Bay, instead of the usual outlets. There’s only one place that could have originated from. The Pirate Bay. Source
  9. This powerful Video Downloader supports downloading movies, music videos, playlist, sport videos, lectures and more from free video sharing website like Facebook, Dailymotion, eHow, and more than 100 video sharing sites. Besides downloading video in its original format, Allavsoft also features one-click to download as well as convert the downloaded video to popular video format like MP4, AVI, WMV, MOV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, VOB, ASF, RMVB, DV, TS, Apple ProRes, WebM, FLV, OGV and etc. Features: Download free videos from 100+ websites like eHow. Download video in 4K 4096p, HD 1080p, HD 720p, 480p, 360p, 240p. One-step to download and convert video to popular video or audio format. Built-in player plays downloaded movies, music in popular format. Support video download add-on for Firefox, Chrome, Safari. Support breakpoint resume, keep download history, action after download. All-in-one Spotify to MP3 Downloader and Converter: Batch download Spotify music files as MP3, batch download Spotify playlist audio files, batch download Spotify album music files at the same time. Allavsoft can directly download and convert Spotify music to MP3 with high audio quality. What you need to do is just one click to directly download music from Spotify to MP3. Download music files from Spotify and fill in the ID3 info with data provided by Spotify (eg Artist/Album/Year etc) Download the thumbnail or covers when you download from Spotify. Besides downloading music from Spotify to MP3, Allavsoft can also directly download Spotify music to WAV, WMV, AAC, AIFF, AU, FLAC, APE, WMA, M4A , etc. Then it is that easy to play Spofify music offline on iPod, iPhone, MP3 Player, Windows Media Player, iTunes, PS3, PSP, etc. This powerful Spotify to MP3 Downloader can work on all macOS, Mac OS X, Windows computers. This ideal Spotify Playlist Downloader also supports to batch download playlist music from Deezer, YouTube, Vevo, MTV, Bebo, Slutload, SoundCloud, etc This powerful Spotify Music downloader also can directly play the downloaded Spotify audio files. It can also allow you to trim, cut, join the downloaded Spotify music or adjust the volume, bitrate or quality of the downloaded Spotify music. Home: http://www.allavsoft.com/video-downloader-converter.html Operating System: Windows® 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8 , 10 Download Installer: http://www.allavsoft.com/downloads/allavsoft.exe Medicine Keygen: Thanks to RadiXX11 Site: https://www.mirrorcreator.com Sharecode[?]: /files/XYRUKI6O/Allavsoft3Keygen.zip_links
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    Spotify 1.0.66.478 Final

    Spotify allows everyone to listen to music now free on mobile, tablet and computer. With Spotify, it’s easy to find the right music for every moment, wherever you are. There are millions of tracks on Spotify. So whether you’re working out, partying or relaxing, the right music is always at your fingertips. Choose what you want to listen to, or let Spotify surprise you – perfect if you don’t know what to listen to, or if you’re in the mood for something new. You can also browse through the music coll/ections of friends, artists and celebrities, or create a radio station and just sit back. The artists you love, the latest hits, and new discoveries – all just for you. Hit play to stream anything you like. With Spotify, there’s always great music to play. Browse amazing playlists for every mood and genre. • Listen free. On mobile, you can listen to artists, albums and playlists in shuffle mode. Or choose a ready-made playlist to suit your mood. On tablet and computer, you can play any song, any time. • Discover music you’ll love. Spotify is the best place to discover music. Your Discover page will constantly suggest new music for you, based on what you’re listening to. Your next favourite songs are waiting. • Music brings us together. That’s why Spotify is so social. Share music on Spotify, Facebook, Twitter, your blog, anywhere. You can also get closer to the friends, artists and trendsetters who turn you on to great music. Find out what they’re listening to right now. • Radio that’s personal. Sit back and enjoy Spotify radio. Start with a song or artist you love, and let Spotify bring you one great track after another. Make your stations even better by liking songs as you hear them. Homepage: https://www.spotify.com Download Page: https://www.spotify.com/fr/download/windows Spotify 1.0.66.478 http://download.spotify.com/SpotifyFullSetup.exe --------------------------------------------- EZBlocker – Spotify Ad Blocker https://www.ericzhang.me/projects/spotify-ad-blocker-ezblocker/ https://github.com/Xeroday/Spotify-Ad-Blocker/releases/tag/v1.6.8.6
  11. Windows 10 System Restore Feature Broken Down by Microsoft Store App Spotify app causes unexpected issue on Windows 10 A number of users running Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709) and installing the Spotify app from the Microsoft Store are complaining that they’re hitting a pretty odd error on their systems, as the app appears to break down Windows Restore. Posts published on Microsoft’s Community forums indicate that the problem was first experienced in November last year, though it’s not yet clear if the timing coincides with the release of a Spotify update or a specific Windows 10 cumulative update leading to such issues. “System Restore did not complete successfully. Your computer’s system files and settings were not changed,” the error message reads, in addition to an error code that points to the Spotify app as the culprit. No workaround at this point Microsoft engineers have already joined the discussion and recommended various workarounds, including restoring the system from Safe Mode, but this doesn’t appear to make any difference. Instead, System Restore is completely broken, and the only solution is probably to completely remove the Spotify app installed from the Microsoft Store. While Spotify is also available from the web, this problem experienced with the Microsoft Store raises questions as to how much trouble a UWP app can cause on a Windows 10 system. Centennial apps, which are ported from Win32 to the Microsoft Store, include code that previously provided them with access to areas of the operating systems that native Store apps wouldn’t actually require, and this could be one of the reasons such issues are more likely. Microsoft is still working on a fix at the time of writing this article, and a future cumulative update could address the problem, though right now not much can be done except for removing the Spotify app completely. And without a doubt, this isn’t exactly Microsoft’s cup of tea given how hard the company is working to push users to Microsoft Store apps. Source
  12. This powerful Video Downloader supports downloading movies, music videos, playlist, sport videos, lectures and more from free video sharing website like Facebook, Dailymotion, eHow, and more than 100 video sharing sites. Besides downloading video in its original format, Allavsoft also features one-click to download as well as convert the downloaded video to popular video format like MP4, AVI, WMV, MOV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, VOB, ASF, RMVB, DV, TS, Apple ProRes, WebM, FLV, OGV and etc. Features: Download free videos from 100+ websites like eHow. Download video in 4K 4096p, HD 1080p, HD 720p, 480p, 360p, 240p. One-step to download and convert video to popular video or audio format. Built-in player plays downloaded movies, music in popular format. Support video download add-on for Firefox, Chrome, Safari. Support breakpoint resume, keep download history, action after download. All-in-one Spotify to MP3 Downloader and Converter: Batch download Spotify music files as MP3, batch download Spotify playlist audio files, batch download Spotify album music files at the same time. Allavsoft can directly download and convert Spotify music to MP3 with high audio quality. What you need to do is just one click to directly download music from Spotify to MP3. Download music files from Spotify and fill in the ID3 info with data provided by Spotify (eg Artist/Album/Year etc) Download the thumbnail or covers when you download from Spotify. Besides downloading music from Spotify to MP3, Allavsoft can also directly download Spotify music to WAV, WMV, AAC, AIFF, AU, FLAC, APE, WMA, M4A , etc. Then it is that easy to play Spofify music offline on iPod, iPhone, MP3 Player, Windows Media Player, iTunes, PS3, PSP, etc. This powerful Spotify to MP3 Downloader can work on all macOS, Mac OS X, Windows computers. This ideal Spotify Playlist Downloader also supports to batch download playlist music from Deezer, YouTube, Vevo, MTV, Bebo, Slutload, SoundCloud, etc This powerful Spotify Music downloader also can directly play the downloaded Spotify audio files. It can also allow you to trim, cut, join the downloaded Spotify music or adjust the volume, bitrate or quality of the downloaded Spotify music. Home: http://www.allavsoft.com/video-downloader-converter.html Operating System: Windows® 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8 , 10 Download: http://www.allavsoft.com/downloads/allavsoft.exe Medicine Keygen: Thanks to RadiXX11 Site: https://www.mirrorcreator.com Sharecode[?]: /files/XYRUKI6O/Allavsoft3Keygen.zip_links
  13. Spotify allows everyone to listen to music now free on mobile, tablet and computer. With Spotify, it’s easy to find the right music for every moment, wherever you are. There are millions of tracks on Spotify. So whether you’re working out, partying or relaxing, the right music is always at your fingertips. Choose what you want to listen to, or let Spotify surprise you – perfect if you don’t know what to listen to, or if you’re in the mood for something new. You can also browse through the music coll/ections of friends, artists and celebrities, or create a radio station and just sit back. The artists you love, the latest hits, and new discoveries – all just for you. Hit play to stream anything you like. With Spotify, there’s always great music to play. Browse amazing playlists for every mood and genre. • Listen free. On mobile, you can listen to artists, albums and playlists in shuffle mode. Or choose a ready-made playlist to suit your mood. On tablet and computer, you can play any song, any time. • Discover music you’ll love. Spotify is the best place to discover music. Your Discover page will constantly suggest new music for you, based on what you’re listening to. Your next favourite songs are waiting. • Music brings us together. That’s why Spotify is so social. Share music on Spotify, Facebook, Twitter, your blog, anywhere. You can also get closer to the friends, artists and trendsetters who turn you on to great music. Find out what they’re listening to right now. • Radio that’s personal. Sit back and enjoy Spotify radio. Start with a song or artist you love, and let Spotify bring you one great track after another. Make your stations even better by liking songs as you hear them. Homepage: https://www.spotify.com Download Page: https://www.spotify.com/fr/download/windows Spotify 1.0.73.345 http://download.spotify.com/SpotifyFullSetup.exe Portable - JooSeng --------------------------------------------- EZBlocker – Spotify Ad Blocker https://www.ericzhang.me/projects/spotify-ad-blocker-ezblocker/ https://github.com/Xeroday/Spotify-Ad-Blocker/releases/tag/v1.6.8.6
  14. TheBig

    Spotify 1.0.72.117

    Spotify 1.0.72.117 Spotify allows everyone to listen to music now free on mobile, tablet and computer. With Spotify, it’s easy to find the right music for every moment, wherever you are. There are millions of tracks on Spotify. So whether you’re working out, partying or relaxing, the right music is always at your fingertips. Choose what you want to listen to, or let Spotify surprise you – perfect if you don’t know what to listen to, or if you’re in the mood for something new. You can also browse through the music coll/ections of friends, artists and celebrities, or create a radio station and just sit back. The artists you love, the latest hits, and new discoveries – all just for you. Hit play to stream anything you like. With Spotify, there’s always great music to play. Browse amazing playlists for every mood and genre.• Listen free. On mobile, you can listen to artists, albums and playlists in shuffle mode. Or choose a ready-made playlist to suit your mood. On tablet and computer, you can play any song, any time.• Discover music you’ll love. Spotify is the best place to discover music. Your Discover page will constantly suggest new music for you, based on what you’re listening to. Your next favourite songs are waiting.• Music brings us together. That’s why Spotify is so social. Share music on Spotify, Facebook, Twitter, your blog, anywhere. You can also get closer to the friends, artists and trendsetters who turn you on to great music. Find out what they’re listening to right now.• Radio that’s personal. Sit back and enjoy Spotify radio. Start with a song or artist you love, and let Spotify bring you one great track after another. Make your stations even better by liking songs as you hear them. Homepage: https://www.spotify.com Released Date: 01/16/2018 OS: Windows Language: Multilingual DOWNLOAD: ============= Installer (55.62 MB): http://download.spotify.com/SpotifyFullSetup.exe ============= Spotify 1.0.72.117 Ads free + Tuneskit Spotify Converter + Portable Ads free Repack By Thebig (57.3 MB) (Credits to Jooseng for the Great Work with the Portable) Site: https://mega.nz Sharecode[?]: /#!VVdDQaaY!ZzDVc4VrNR13_MoCr60Xj-VCIr914qcJbr7niCnrSYM https://www.virustotal.com/file/b260ab64c71b70f4fdeb22a85e8251e9cda34383f8ca82703716bfd3b3b97338/analysis/1516573127/ Repack Features: - No audio and visual ads - Portable Ads Free Included - Tuneskit Spotify Converter 1.2.2.115 (Cracked) (Optional installation) - All Languagues Included
  15. Spotify Music v8.4.24.871 Final [Mod] Requirements: 4.0.3+ Overview: Spotify Spotify is now free on mobile and tablet. Listen to the right music, wherever you are. With Spotify, you have access to a world of music. You can listen to artists and albums, or create your own playlist of your favorite songs. Want to discover new music? Choose a ready-made playlist that suits your mood or get personalized recommendations. Listen for free on mobile • Play any artist, album, or playlist on shuffle mode Listen for free on tablet • Play any song, any time Spotify Premium features • Play any song, any time on any device--mobile, tablet, or your computer • Download music for offline listening. • Enjoy amazing sound quality. • No ads – just uninterrupted music. • No commitment - cancel any time you like. WHAT'S NEW We’re always making changes and improvements to Spotify. To make sure you don’t miss a thing, just keep your Updates turned on. ★★★ MOD Premium: ★★★ Unlocked Spotify Connect Seek FWD button added to information bar/tablet mod Visual ads blocked Audio ads blocked Seeking enabled Unlimited shuffle Choose any song Extreme audio unlocked Repeats enabled Note: Some server-side features require paid subscription. This app has no advertisements https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.spotify.music Download Instructions: credits MrDude ARM X86
  16. NOTE: What is interesting about this vulnerability is that it requires a third party program not related to security in order to create the vulnerability. In this case the program is Spotify. Which raises the question of what other programs not related to security could introduce bugs into security programs. We could call this the 'Perfect Storm of Software.' Last week, security firm DirectDefense came under fire for over-hyping claims that Cb Response, a cybersecurity product sold by competitor Carbon Black, was leaking proprietary data from customers who use it. Carbon Black responded that the bug identified by its competitor was a feature, and that customers were amply cautioned in advance about the potential privacy risks of using the feature. Now Carbon Black is warning that an internal review has revealed a wholly separate bug in Cb Response that could in fact result in some customers unintentionally sharing sensitive files. As noted in last week’s story, DirectDefense warned about a problem with Cb Response’s use of Google’s VirusTotal — a free tool that lets anyone submit a suspicious file and have it scanned against dozens of commercial anti-malware tools. There is also a paid version of VirusTotal that allows customers to examine any file uploaded to the service. Specifically, DirectDefense claimed that Cb Response’s sharing of suspicious files with VirusTotal could expose sensitive data because VirusTotal allows paying customers to download any files submitted by other users. DirectDefense labeled the bug “the world’s largest pay-for-play data exfiltration botnet.” Numerous industry analysts leapt to Carbon Black’s defense — with some even calling “bullshit” on the findings — pointing out that plenty of other vendors submit files through Virustotal and that DirectDefense was merely trying to besmirch a competitor’s product. But earlier this week, Carbon Black began quietly notifying customers that an internal review of the claims revealed a completely different bug that could result in some benign customer files being miscategorized as executable files and inadvertently uploaded to Virustotal for scanning. “On Thursday, we discovered a bug affecting a small percentage of our Cb Response customers,” said Mike Viscuso, co-founder and chief technology officer at Carbon Black. “Our review is still ongoing, but based on what we learned to date it requires a very specific customer configuration, and we have already taken steps to remediate the bug and protect our customers.” Viscuso said this bug appears to affect a small number of Cb Response customers who have enabled VirusTotal submissions and use the program on a Mac OS in the presence of specific third-party applications. For example, he said, when a Mac user opens Spotify, the popular music service will read a configuration file in a way that causes Cb Response to classify regular content files (e.g., Microsoft Word, PDF, .TXT) as an unknown binary file. A binary file is computer-readable but not human readable; for example, executable programs (e.g., .exe files on Windows) are stored as binary files. According to Viscuso, the bug was introduced in the Mac version of Cb Response roughly three months ago. He said part of the problem seems to stem from the file classification tool that ships with the Cb Response — explaining that the tool sometimes misclassifies corrupted binary files. One of the most common sources of corrupted binary files are antivirus products, which often modify suspected malicious binaries after placing the files in quarantine to ensure the programs can’t be accidentally run. The Carbon Black discovery comes as more software-as-a-service providers are seeking ways to alert customers who may be inadvertently sharing sensitive data. Amazon recently launched Amazon Macie, a new security service that uses machine learning to discover and classify sensitive data such as personal information in AWS, alerting customers when such data is moved, accessed or otherwise publicly available. Viscuso said the company was considering whether it, too, could offer any additional service that might help customers prevent the accidental sharing of content files to third-party services like VirusTotal. In the meantime, he said, Carbon Black is providing a full list of uploaded files to affected customers, asking them to report whether the files were binaries or content files. Cyberscoop Article Krebs On Security Article
  17. UPDATE: 9 p.m. EDT — In a statement to International Business Times regarding the hacking of some user accounts, Spotify said Tuesday evening: “We monitor Pastebin and other sites regularly. When we find Spotify credentials, we first verify that they are authentic, and if they are, we immediately notify affected users to change their passwords.” UPDATE: 7 a.m. EDT — According to some other hackers and people familiar with such matters, the Spotify hack is actually just a dump of resused passwords, and the lack of complex passwords in the list was mentioned as one of the proofs for the claim. If true, and your account details are in that list, it is all the more reason for you to change your password to a complex, secure one. And you should do that not only on Spotify, but for all your online accounts. Original story: Late Monday night, a hacking group revealed the login credentials of thousands of Spotify accounts. In its announcement on Twitter, the Leak Boat said it was 9,000 accounts, but the page that listed all the account details had information of fewer than 6,500 Spotify subscribers. The group, which has previously released hacked accounts from various websites, as well as private videos and photographs of several celebrities, posted the information on a publicly available website. To check the authenticity of the claim, the International Business Times tried a few randomly chosen username and password combinations, and they all gave access to the Spotify subscribers’ accounts. To know if your account was among the 6,410 that are listed on this public page, head over to it and check for your username. If you find your login information on the page, and don’t want it compromised any further, we recommend you change your password immediately. And if you use the same login credentials, especially the same password, on any other websites, we recommend you change those too. Otherwise, you run the risk of having your other online accounts being compromised as well. The Spotify users hacked Monday night are from all over the world. International Business Times has reached out to Spotify for comment, but the music streaming service has yet to respond. Following the Spotify leak, the Leak Boat also invoked recently ousted FBI Director James Comey, in a sarcastic bid to reassure anyone worried by its activities. Members of the Leak Boat seem to have been busy Monday night. They also released a few login credentials for wizard101.com, a website to play a wizard game. The group said it was for kids to enjoy. If you have an account on the website, you can check if you were compromised by checking for your login details on this page. If your account was hacked, you should consider changing your password not just on wizard101.com but on all other websites where you use the same password. Shortly before leaking the Spotify accounts, the group, whose Twitter handle is @SecTeamSix_, said it was considering starting a “Lulzcalypse” — a reference to starting an apocalyptic storm of leaks, only for laughs, at least as seen from its point of view. In later tweets, the group referred to it as a “Leakocalypse,” presumably not finding it all so funny any more. But the very next tweet after the “Lulzocalypse” one from the group said it would release 10 more private videos and/or photographs of celebrities, if it reached 600 followers on the social media platform. The group had 490 followers on Twitter at the time this story was written. Article source
  18. A deal with Universal making things a little less universal Spotify has announced that it’s signed a multi-year license agreement with the world-leading Universal Music Group that will see its premium paid-tier users get exclusive access to content for a limited time. In an official statement, Daniel Ek, Chairman and CEO of Spotify, said that Spotify knows “that not every album by every artist should be released the same way” and that he and his team have “worked hard with UMG to develop a new, flexible release policy.” As a result, artists signed to Universal will now be able to release their new albums exclusively on Spotify premium for a period of two weeks, offering paid-tier users the chance to access content earlier than free users. For a limited time only Ek added that singles will still be available across Spotify “for all [...] listeners to enjoy” but that subscribers would have “an earlier chance to explore the complete creative work.” This is a crucial, though not complete, turnaround for Spotify, a company which has always staunchly opposed exclusives and defended its policy of giving paid and free users equal access to content. However, rumors have been circling for a while that Spotify has been looking to renew its multi-year agreements with the major music labels ahead of launching an IPO appeal with Wall Street and in light of this, this kind of compromise isn’t all that surprising. By giving Universal a greater say in how its artists’ new music is released on the service, the New York Post reports that it’s been able to convince Universal to take a smaller chunk of revenue, thereby increasing Spotify’s profitability and its chances of a successful IPO launch. There’s also a chance that giving artists increased control over how their content is distributed could make Spotify more attractive as a service to them. The well-documented spat between Taylor Swift and Spotify over the service’s insistence on offering all its content for free is an example of how its universal free access wasn’t appealing to everyone. This was only further highlighted when popular artists such as Beyonce and Kanye West took their music exclusively to other services like Apple Music and Tidal, leaving Spotify users out in the cold. Timed premium exclusives is arguably a small price for Spotify to pay to increase the profits it’s bringing in and it doesn’t suggest that its free service is going anywhere any time soon. However, it does set a precedent that could potentially result in greater differences between the service offered to its free and premium users. Source
  19. SSD modules like this one are being abused by Spotify For almost five months—possibly longer—the Spotify music streaming app has been assaulting users' storage devices with enough data to potentially take years off their expected lifespans. Reports of tens or in some cases hundreds of gigabytes being written in an hour aren't uncommon, and occasionally the recorded amounts are measured in terabytes. The overload happens even when Spotify is idle and isn't storing any songs locally. The behavior poses an unnecessary burden on users' storage devices, particularly solid state drives, which come with a finite amount of write capacity. Continuously writing hundreds of gigabytes of needless data to a drive every day for months or years on end has the potential to cause an SSD to die years earlier than it otherwise would. And yet, Spotify apps for Windows, Mac, and Linux have engaged in this data assault since at least the middle of June, when multiple users reported the problem in the company's official support forum. "This is a *major* bug that currently affects thousands of users," Spotify user Paul Miller told Ars. "If for example, Castrol Oil lowered your engine's life expectancy by five to 10 years, I imagine most users would want to know, and that fact *should* be reported on." Three Ars reporters who ran Spotify on Macs and PCs had no trouble reproducing the problem reported not only in the above-mentioned Spotify forum but also on Reddit, Hacker News, and elsewhere. Typically, the app wrote from 5 to 10 GB of data in less than an hour on Ars reporters' machines, even when the app was idle. Leaving Spotify running for periods longer than a day resulted in amounts as high as 700 GB. Spotify officials hadn't responded to Ars questions more than two days after they were sent. According to comments left in the Spotify forum in the past 24 hours, the bug has been fixed in version 1.0.42, which is in the process of being rolled out. The update remains unavailable to many users, this reporter included. And that means Spotify's drive-assaulting behavior continues unabated for many. According to posts in the Spotify forum (see pages here and here, for instance), the massive data writes are tied to one or more database files with titles that include the string Mercury.db. Users have proposed several manual techniques that are supposed to correct or mitigate the problem, but the most preferable solution is for Spotify developers to fix this bug and to make the update available to all users immediately. The performance of millions of storage drives may count on it. Article source
  20. Music Recorder for Spotify - Full Version Promo by Chip.de Overview: Links: Offer: http://www.chip.de/downloads/Musik-Recorder-fuer-Spotify-Vollversion_99958753.html Note: Limited Period Offer. Page in German. Optionally, use Translator here. Current Status: Open. More Info, Install and Activation Details: http://www.chip.de/bildergalerie/Musik-Recorder-fuer-Spotify-Features-und-Hinweise-zur-Registrierung-Galerie_104630604.html Page in German. Use translator here. Downloads: Giveaway - Offline Installer[Chip.de] From the giveaway promo page, click on "Manualle Installation >" and then click on ">> Download-Server CHIP Online" to initiate the download. More Advent Kalender Giveaways:
  21. werty12345

    Spotify Music 7.0.0.1369

    Spotify is now free on mobile and tablet. Listen to the right music, wherever you are. With Spotify, you have access to a world of music. You can listen to artists and albums, or create your own playlist of your favorite songs. Want to discover new music? Choose a ready-made playlist that suits your mood or get personalized recommendations. Listen for free on mobile • Play any artist, album, or playlist on shuffle mode Listen for free on tablet • Play any song, any time Spotify Premium features • Play any song, any time on any device--mobile, tablet, or your computer • Download music for offline listening. • Enjoy amazing sound quality. • No ads – just uninterrupted music. • No commitment - cancel any time you like. Updated: Dec 01, 2016 WHAT'S NEW We’re always making changes and improvements to Spotify. To make sure you don’t miss a thing, just keep your Updates turned on. MOD: Unlocked Spotify Connect Seek FWD button added to information bar/tablet mod Visual ads blocked Audio ads blocked Seeking enabled Unlimited shuffle Choose any song Extreme audio unlocked Repeats enabled This app has no advertisements Download: ARM: Site: www58.zippyshare.com Sharecode[?]: /v/4g2kR0iU/file.html
  22. Instrumental_Musik

    I need some more instrumental music

    I want that artist to be on Spotify, here are my favorite artists for now: 8Dawn Adrian Von Ziegler Aleksander Dimitrijevic Audiomachine Brand X Music BrunuhVille Epic North Epic Score Epic Soul Factory EpicMusicVn Ezietto Fearless Motivation Fearless Motivation Instrumentals Fringe Element Future World Music Hans Zimmer Heavy Melody Iliya Zaki Imagine Music Intrumental Core Jo Blankenburg John Dreamer Lindsey Stirling Mattia Cupelli Michael Maas MythFox Peter Roe The Piano Guys R Armando Morabito Really Slow Motion Sound Adventures Soundcritters Thomas Bergersen Tunes Of Fantasy Twisted Jukebox Two Steps From Hell Xtortion Audio
  23. With Spotify, you have access to a world of music. You can listen to artists and albums, or create your own playlist of your favorite songs. Want to discover new music? Choose a ready-made playlist that suits your mood or get personalized recommendations. Listen for free on mobile • Play any artist, album, or playlist on shuffle mode Listen for free on tablet • Play any song, any time Spotify Premium Features: • Play any song, any time on any device–mobile, tablet, or your computer • Download music for offline listening. • Enjoy amazing sound quality. • No ads – just uninterrupted music. • No commitment – cancel any time you like. Whats new We’re always making changes and improvements to Spotify. To make sure you don’t miss a thing, just keep your Updates turned on. Patch by MrDude… Unlocked Spotify Connect: Seek FWD button added to information bar/tablet mod Visual ads blocked Audio ads blocked Seeking enabled Unlimited shuffle Choose any song Extreme audio unlocked Repeats enabled Info by MrDude : Here’s a properly modded version – which has spotify connect/tablet mod patched properly. Due to this being protected with modguard, some android users might find it’s not compatible with certain android versions. This is to stop other people copying the mods such as what happened with the video ads/audio ads from this release and the beta before it…….enjoy! For those that do not care about spotify connect and are using android lolipop – if this version doesn’t work for you use the O/P’s version. Mine is patched with the same mods (as they have been duplicated by the O/P), but mine has spotify connect ‘FULLY’ patched + FWD button for non tablet devices. (OP’s version isn’t). How To Install ? 1. Uninstall any Previous Version of Spotify Music (Skip If Not Installed) 2. Download and Install MOD APK From The Links Given Below. 3. Done, Enjoy Download: Site: https://www.datafilehost.com Sharecode[?]: /d/f84ba715
  24. There's something pretty alarming going on right now with Spotify Free. This started a several hours ago. If you have Spotify Free open, it will launch - and keep on launching - the default internet browser on the computer to different kinds of malware / virus sites. Some of them do not even require user action to be able to cause harm. I have 3 different systems (computers) which are all clean and they are all doing this, all via Spotify - I am thinking it's the Ads in Spotify Free. I hope this has been noticed and Spotify staff are fixing it - fast. But it's still puzzling something like this can actually happen. From what I have read so far I have understood this issue has been happening with Spotify Free before. Nevertheless, it's really dangerous for users and amazing how it has not been fixed. These malware launches probably happen during showing certain ads but malware / virus sites have nothing to do with the advertisers. Tells how big of a problem it seems to be (hacked server, spotify admin accounts etc)... Article source Read article Spotify Free opens web browser ads Free listeners got much more than they were bargaining for. Some Spotify listeners got more than just free music with their ad-supported software. Multiple users report that the streaming service was serving malware-laden ads that would pop up your default web browser in a bid to compromise your system. Reportedly, some of these didn't even require your input to do damage. And they weren't specific to any one platform, either -- Linux, Mac and Windows users all saw the same behavior, although it's not clear that the hostile code could damage all three platforms. In response, Spotify tells us that this was the result of an "isolated issue" with an ad, and that it has since "shut it down." Only a "small number of users" ran into the malware, it says. You can read the full statement below. With that said, it's bound to be slightly embarrassing when the company ran into a similar issue in 2011. It's also a reminder of one of the smaller perks of paying for a subscription service: when you don't get ads in the first place, you're not at risk of receiving rogue ads. "A small number of users have experienced a problem with questionable website pop ups in their default browsers as a result of an isolated issue with an ad on our free tier. We have now identified the source of the problem and have shut it down. We will continue to monitor the situation." Article source
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