Update 0.8.8.349 for the desktop client removed the indicator to see how long each playlist is in terms of time.
BRING THIS BACK -- and PLEASE add the playlist length indicator to the web player and the mobile apps too!
Who at Spotify thought this was acceptable?
If you DO bring this back... make it more accurate!
3.5 hours should not show as 3 hours! There is a huge difference!
*People get mad because you are dealing with their music. Music means everything to us, and when you screw it up, things aren't pretty. It's just like me going into your house and rearranging everything and in the process I stole something and left the toilet unflushed on the way out.*
I'm not interested at all in the general recommendations of mainstream artists you promote, please create recommendations on the user preferences: that will make more likely to discover new music we'll like and PURCHASE it!!
Since the last update it's not possible anymore to choose where to save the files (Downloaded Playlists) in the Android app. I have two SD cards in my phone and I NEED to use the big one to save huge amounts of spotify music. Unfortunately this feature is not available anymore? This doesn't make sense at all to me!
Today, Google Chrome (the world's second largest browser) got all of these APIs and more (except WebRTC, but it's in the dev build, so it will soon be here too). Chrome even have it's own built-in appstore (Chrome Web Store) where users can install extension/apps, without having to restart their browser.
Another approach to get Spotify to the web is to use Native Client (NaCl) to compile C/C++ code for the web. An example is the game Bastion that was compiled with NaCl to run in Chrome.
This would be the easiest way for the Spotify developers, as they only had to tweak their code very little to make it compile with NaCl.
( Offtopic: I made a chrome extension for Spotify, which convert spotify links to links with mouseover info, for example image of the album, artist name, title of track, popularity. Get it HERE. Thank you :] )
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