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I don’t have any overwhelming brand loyalty when it comes to music apps. Some days I’m just listening to my library through iTunes, some days I’m on Turntable, and, depending on which artist I’m after, I move freely between Rdio and Spotify. I figured those last two were basically the same, until I was listening to WIRED’s Top 100 of 2011 on Spotify yesterday and noticed something there on the left: Spotify’s App Finder.
What are Spotify Apps? I thought Spotify was an app? Here’s the deal: you can think of Spotify apps as little add-ons that enhance the music experience and allow you to do more within Spotify. Instead of looking up the lyrics, just install TuneWiki. Instead of searching for concert dates, install Songkick. Make sense? Check out Underwire’s top 5 Spotify App recommendations here.
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