Spotify For iOS Updates, Brings 320kb Streaming To Mobile [News]

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Spotify For iOS Updates, Brings 320kb Streaming To Mobile [News] image2If you’ve never listened to extreme-quality music before, now’s your chance! Spotify has recently updated their iOS app, which now provides music streaming in a staggering 320kb. Up till now, and this is still the case for Android, Windows Phone and other mobile users, the highest quality you could find on a Spotify mobile app was 160kb. The desktop app, however, has always streamed in 320kb.

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In previous versions, users could choose between two quality options: high and low. Low was 96kb, and high, as mentioned above, was 160kb. In the new version, a new option has been added: Extreme. And extreme it is. If you choose this option, you’ll be able to enjoy the full benefit of music on your iPhone, with 320kb streaming. You can also sync these higher-quality songs.

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Another notable change on this update is the new one-tap login with Facebook. If you’ve been logging into the app every time you use it, you can now login with Facebook using one single tap. Nice.

As of now, this update is only for iOS, and users of other platforms will have to wait their turn. Hopefully, everyone will get to enjoy Spotify’s high-quality music on their mobile devices sooner then later. Did you get the chance to try it? What do you think of the quality?

Source: The Next Web

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  1. Rick
    December 11, 2016 at 3:33 am

    What if you were on your smart phone at work on break. You attempt to access a blocked site, a message comes up and says this site is blocked. You don't attempt to circumnavigate around it. You did not access the site. Could you still be trouble?