You can now manage your iPod in Spotify

By Editor
By May 4, 2011 December 31st, 2015 Culture

As of today, Spotify is making it possible for everyone to take their playlists with them in one lean, green music machine. New features include: Manage your iPod in Spotify! For the first time, seamlessly manage any iPod classic, iPod nano and iPod shuffle in Spotify. Simply connect your iPod to your computer via your USB cable and watch it magically appear in the new ‘Devices’ section of your Spotify sidebar.


Sync all the MP3s contained in your Spotify playlists to your iPod, and purchase the rest through…

The all-new Spotify download service! Listening to the music you want to hear, wherever you want it, just got a whole lot simpler – and cheaper.


Your playlists are special to you. You’ve spent untold hours putting together your own mix-tape masterpieces on your computer and want to take them with you, but without the trouble of having to buy each track separately, switching

music players or breaking the bank? Then look no further.


Spotify’s new MP3 download service makes it possible to own your playlists in one easy step. By introducing a range of MP3 bundles, Spotify now offers you some of the most competitive prices available – from as little as 50p per song.


Spotify Mobile app now available to all! iPod integration was the biggest request from customers, but there are also a lot of Spotify Free users out there who are iPhone and Android phone owners. Users asked for the ability to buy MP3 playlists and sync phones. So they’ve got you covered on that front now.


As of today, everyone can download the Spotify Mobile iPhone and Android apps to wirelessly sync your MP3 playlists in Spotify from your computer to your phone. Fire up your mobile app and see your phone appear in the ‘Devices’ section of the Spotify sidebar, ready to rock and roll. No cables required! It’s also now possible to wirelessly sync these playlists to your iPod touch!


Now everyone can own their favourite Spotify playlists to take wherever they want. Heading out for a run or off on a trip? Buying the songs you want to hear has never been quicker, easier or more affordable.

All new features will begin being rolled out to all users from today as part of an automatic update. Be sure to give us a spin!


Daniel Ek, CEO and Founder of Spotify, says: “From today, Spotify really is the only music player you’ll ever need. Our users don’t want to have to switch between music players, but they do want to take their playlists with them wherever they go, on a wider range of devices, more simply and at a price they can afford. Now we’ve made that possible on one of the world’s most popular consumer devices.”


Gustav Söderström, Chief Product Officer at Spotify, adds: “Accessing music on your mobile phone is the future, but today that makes up a pretty small percentage of music fans. We want to open up the Spotify experience to as many people as possible, and in a way where they can get exactly the music they want at a great price. Check it out – we really hope you like it.”


Spotify download service – pricing chart (UK):



10 tracks – price: £7.99

15 tracks – price: £9.99

40 tracks – price: £25.00

100 tracks – price: £50.00


10 tracks – price per track: 80p

15 tracks – price per track: 67p

40 tracks – price per track: 63p

50 tracks – price per track: 50p


For more information visit the official Spotify website.



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