My phone runs Spotify and updates ok, so too does my computer. Before I had only tried to restart LMS via the LMS-interface or restarted NAS without explicitly stopping LMS via NAS-interface first.
Everything seems ok, except the Triode app does not update to any new or deleted playlists on my SBT. I assume the Triode app is on the NAS as it was installed using the Logitech software from the NAS's web interface. Actually I have never understood the set up myself....... Sorry for the off-topic comment, but I fixed above by: 1) Updating my LMS (from an april-version to latest 7.8.1 nightly). /Stig fm/user/rockland - Nygaard - plus.google.com/ Stig Nygaard Server: LMS 7.9.1 (Lms Repack) - 1503129892 @ Sat Aug 19 on Synology DS716 II.
Spotify takes their cut, so they make something too. If someone is determined not to pay for music, then a paid streaming music service such as Spotify isn’t going to stop them.
So Spotify isn’t going to nuke the world’s problem of illegal music sharing overnight.
File sharing networks popped up everywhere, and anytime you wanted a song or an album, all you had to do was type in the name and download it. This obviously meant that the artists were losing money hand over fist, and the music studios were also seeing their profit margins plummet.
They responded with aggressive lawsuits against file sharers, and those file sharers were hit with stunning punitive damages stretching into millions, or even tens of millions of dollars.
Music fans are plenty familiar with Spotify, the online streaming service that lets users listen to millions of songs on-demand for free or with a no-advertisement subscription.
However, with Spotify's myriad settings and apps that extend its functionality, you might not be using it to its full potential.
You can use Spotify both through the mobile app and on your computer's desktop.
/Stig fm/user/rockland - Nygaard - plus.google.com/ Stig Nygaard Server: LMS 7.9.1 (Lms Repack) - 1503129892 @ Sat Aug 19 on Synology DS716 II.
Spotify is the best way to listen to music in the world today.
But the music studios faced a PR backlash for their heavy-handed bully boy tactics, and ironically this made people want to share files even more.
In the end, the RIAA (the organization that looks after the interests of music artists in the US), had to abandon the whole lawsuit strategy, and ask the Internet Service Providers to take over. Spotify, along with its competitors, is a paid service called “streaming music”.