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I received an email yesterday to say Spotify are stopping support for my Pioneer Speaker soon.
- When is soon?
- Does stopping support mean Spotify just won't support it or it will stop working?
Stopping support means a company won't address issues but I believe Spotify are going to actually stop the feature from working.
- Why? There's no reason given why this is necessary.
The email rather bizzaely says:
"We want to make playing Spotify on your speaker and other devices better and easier"
How is stopping support better or easier? Why not just stop supporting it? So if it breaks too bad.
I only bought my receiver 2 years ago specifically as it supported Spotifty Connect. Spotify is in part more popular over rivals as Spotify works on so many devices, or did.
I guess like everyone else I'll need to buy a Chromecast Audio 😕