Can you help me with this problem I'm debating about?
So here it is.
I'm Snowlion1 and I love music. I use spotify on my computer to listen to my music and I'm going to get an iPod so I can listen to that music while going to sleep, chillin' on the couch etc.
If I want to listen to that music, I have to pay 10$ a month on spotify which would equal around 120$ a year.
It's okay if I have to but I only have around 50+ songs on spotify and I'm probably not gonna get 120 songs added to that list for this entire year. Sure I may end up getting songs overplayed too much that I don't really wanna listen to it anymore but if I only spent around 50+$ on the actual songs yet I payed 120$ to play all those on my iPod. I'm not sure though because what if I do spend 120+$ for all my songs? Spotify is great on my desktop but is it worth paying for on my iPod?
gee I'm sorry if I'm too much of an iSheep but is spotify just greedy for money in the long run? Spotify is free on my laptop which I still intend to use spotify for listening to songs I wanna buy on my iPod. But with all the people out there bashing iTunes and saying Spotify is tons better what should I do? I just wanna listen to my music on the go without having to worry about having a WiFi network or having to pay 120$ when I may only spend around 50+ bucks a year.
I get spotify for 50% because I'm a student. It's really good.
I listen to a lot of music so I'm not sure how good value it would be to someone who doesn't listen to much music. If you buy music spotify could save you a lot of money, if you pirate music spotify is higher quality and makes you a slightly better person.
My biggest complaint is that on my Iphone I can't multi task with it. I'm not sure if this has been changed as I haven't updated the software on my phone for a long time.
The new updates to the iPhone 3GS, 4, 4s, and 5 allow you to multitask, however unfortunately for any older iPhone I don't think you can. It has a lot to do with the ios version.