In response to the deadliest mass shooting in American history, Spotify has created a music playlist, ostensibly to honor the victims and offer support to the communities that were affected.
Got rid of a carefully crafted Spotify playlist that you later wish you hadn’t? Fear not, because Spotify keeps a list of the playlists you’ve deleted, and you can bring them back in seconds—here’s how to do it.
Once upon a time, in the early days of smartphones (y'know, a few years ago), a company would do everything possible to make its app look as similar to its website as possible. Now everything is topsy-turvy. Today YouTube revealed that some of the website's new look is going to be borrowed from its mobile app. Brave…
No matter how you may be spending your Valentine's Day, you definitely need a soundtrack. So here's a freaky deaky Spotify playlist. We made it for you because we love you.
iOS users are delighted by the new iOS 7 rollout, available not only on the new iPhones, but on previous models as well. And unlike Android users, most of whom fail to upgrade to the latest operating system, iOS users tend to upgrade en masse, which means many, many people already have iOS 7 or will have it shortly.
You've already checked marching band music off your list if you went to a local parade this morning. Now that you've got that covered, here's a Fourth of July-themed Spotify playlist so you can rock out, America-style today.
Believe it or not, we're on the 45th album of the Now That's What I Call Music canon. Allow us to inject some nostalgia into your day—here's a Spotify playlist of every song in the Now library in order. That's 856 tracks, starting with Janet Jackson, ending with Florida Georgia Line, with a smattering of boy bands,…
President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts governer Mitt Romney will go head to head in the 2012 presidential election, as you're probably all too aware, given that this campaign already feels like it's been going on for five years.
Is listening to your iTunes playlist over vinyl the most practical of ideas? Nah. But throw in a futuristic glowing ring and call to arms for playlist purists, and Martin Skelly's Playlist Player has a friend in me.
Mixtape Me, by our friend Adam Pash (yeah that Adam Pash), is a way to make playlists and share playlists with your friends quickly and easily. And it just got improved.
In 1994, I painstakingly crafted the greatest hip-hop mixtape cassette I would ever make, comprised solely of songs on the radio at the time. I was 9.
We've already seen Mixview, Zune 3.0's more visual take on a Genius-like auto-generating playlist, as well as some videos showing the new Wi-Fi features like Buy From FM on the device itself. Today some more interface shots of what Microsoft will help turn the Zune guy back have surfaced for you perusal. Like iTunes…
Apparently all that griping I did yesterday about the Zune not supporting Smart Playlists was a bit unfounded. At first I thought the Auto Playlists were only for syncing—since I couldn't find it, plus that's what Microsoft's been telling me—but then found (by clicking around some more) that you can create them for…