on 27-12-201210:43 PM - last edited on 28-12-201212:31 PM by David
Really Spotify? REALLY??!
I know theres another post on these Spotify ideas for filtering spotify ads. Its been on there for quite a while and people are having the same issue as I am. I really am concerned with Spotify. Last year I downloaded Spotify and loved it. I had absolutely no problem with the content of the ads. I deleted it because my computer was too full. I downloaded it again this year and Ive been having this horrible issue with the Trojan condom ads. They run back to back and its very disturbing. I use this to do homework and also I use this in the photography lab at school. I really dont want to turn on spotify in front of my family or friends because this AWKWARD trojan condom ad comes on. And it has these annoying mans voices screaming stupid things about the trojan condoms. I want to be able to share my music with my family, but I think I may have to go back to Pandora. The ads they have arent as disturbing as what I have encountered today. I love Spotify and thats why Im taking the time out of my winter break of homework and Psychology homework to write this. PLEASE consider this idea.I really dont want to have to uninstall Spotify. Spotify please fix this. You may lose many other people because of this ONE AD!!!!
Frustrated 18 year old girl
UPDATE: Duplicate Idea.
I've marked this as a duplicate as the idea suggested here seems more related to filtering certain advertisements, although if you intended to suggest that they are stopped entirely, I can adjust the idea here to reflect that.
The idea related to filtering of adverts can be found right here.
I just want to voice something which has really began to annoy me recently, it's the Local Music feature on Spotify. It's just not good enough for me to want to defer from the use of WinAmp to play my local files.
Local Files Missing
This annoys me the most about the Local Music. Neither Winamp or iTunes have had trouble locating the relevant missing file.
Look at this: How can I listen to this album in full?
And now if we right click 'Open containing folder' on one of the white songs, the structure looks like:
All songs are there. These songs were imported by iTunes.
Also, If I scroll down a bit further,
Big, Big Love now appears! So the same album is duplicated but with a different set of songs available! I've checked, all songs lie in exactly the same directory.
It's a complete mess guys and really needs an overhaul.
What would be a really good idea here is the ability to right click the file and select 'Locate this file'. It's that simple and something which would make my life a lot easier.
I've now just clicked 'unlink this track' on the whole album and now I can't get it back either by dragging it over. Absolutely wonderful.
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