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As a FREE member I realize I can not play my playlists on a mobile device, this does not pertain to me.
What I want to do is be able to make my public playlists that contain local files playable to my friends. Doesn't Spotify work with some service like Rdio that reads and analyses my local files (Artist, Title, Album etc) when I import them and link it to the Spotify database? (My friend would not be playing MY local file, but would be playing Spotify's version of the file - if available)
I have years of playlists I compiled in itunes and would like to share the playlist. The songs are there in Spotify.... doesnt it link up and play the Spotify version when others listen? I realize some songs might not be on Spotify.
Please help, I'd rather not manually build a duplicate Spotify playlist from scratch.