Earlier yesterday, Facebook announced integrating Spotify into its social media site for users to benefitted from, in its bid to win the race of social networking war. Spotify is a free and paid online music streaming service, that always restricts the number of times and the duration of time users could listen to their favorite tracks on its platform. Spotify is not totally free like what most people are looking for, people want something they can try for free, even without paying for it. They would like to test it out and know its features before they go on to subscribe to such service but, Spotify does not support that. It only have an option where people can request an invite from a registered users before that person can have free access to the service. Even with the free invite option, that doesn’t mean that the person can have full access to spotify at all time excepts the person want to deceive himself/herself.
Free invitation for Spotify has fulled the internet, people are searching for ways to get free invite online everyday, but do you think Spotify really worth spending time on? If you want free invite for spotify, you can get it here.
However, if all what you need is to have a do off-spotify, then this article is written mainly because of you. Read on to learn more below.
Due to the request from our readers, I have compiled the lists of best Spotify alternatives, offering you unlimited playback (some with simple to read adverts) for free:
- Grooveshark – read: Grooveshark – Spotify Alternative review
8tracks – mentioned by TIME in the 50 Top Websites for 2011
RadioSure (Radio Sure)
Google Music Beta
Amazon Cloud Player
Grooveshark Unofficial Player
These are the top 60 spotify alternatives for 2011? Let me know what you mean, please reply this post.