In general, I love the new Android app, but I wanted to confirm something. Let me know if I've misunderstood this. From Settings...
Private Session OFF/ON
Don't share to others what you're listening to.
Private session lasts until you've been inactive for 6h.
Why shouldn't we be able to remain in private mode indefinitely? I can't think of a single reason that I would want to share the music that my three year-old daughter likes to listen to with my friends/colleagues. Even if it weren't for Dora the Explorer, and what that says about me, if someone has eclectic tastes, the music they listen to can offer more of a window into their moods than many people would feel comfortable with. I know social networks are where privacy expectations go to die, but I didn't become a paying customer of Spotify for the social network. In fact, one of the reasons I abandoned Rdio is that they seemed more interested in me as a provider of social data than as a provider of money. Is it no different here? Just let me know.
I would pay a dollar extra each month in order to not have to keep going into the settings dialogue each time I launched the app. If that sounds ridiculous, I agree.