Now WiMP tests FLAC. Spotify too?

The danish streaming service WiMP tests FLAC-streaming. Read in googletranslated link...
Thatwould be logical to fight back, Spotify. They too have 20 mill tracks, but not your apps. Spotify is way better because of apps (I even pay about 18$ a month for Spotify premium (price inmy country) allthough I have free streaming of 18 mill tracks from my ISP - never use it cause spotify is somuch more - please add apps to ipad or webplayer!)

Flac and apps please.

Link: hope this works
http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=da&tl=en&u=http://www.recordere.dk/indhold/templates/...

Hey!
An idea suggesting FLAC for streaming and local files (with an official reply from Spotify staff) has been suggested here already:

http://community.spotify.com/t5/Spotify-Ideas/Lossless-audio-quality/idi-p/8555

Add your kudos there please! ;)
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Hey!
An idea suggesting FLAC for streaming and local files (with an official reply from Spotify staff) has been suggested here already:

http://community.spotify.com/t5/Spotify-Ideas/Lossless-audio-quality/idi-p/8555

Add your kudos there please! ;)
er43
Roadie
I know. Wouldnt use their thread cause this was a notice for Spotify about WiMP, but ok I now posted there too...
SoreSong
Newbie

Just because you read something on a Danish site don't make the service Danish. It's actually a Norwegian streaming service, and they are even having talks with high-res 24bit flac providers like 2L.

p-linden
Newbie

I have never used Wimp, but this makes Wimp much more interesting. The bad news is you can´t strem to a PC or MAC, just to smartphones and other similar "devices". Ant if you have a SONOS (not HiFi) or a Bluesound streamer. However, since Wimp now take the step into the HiFi world, i e now streaming HiFi quality audio, this is a dealbreaker. In the future, if Spotify don´t go in the same direction, Spotify will no longer be an alternative I pay for.