The new Unlimited option now available from Spotify has been welcomed by some as a great way of enjoying unlimited music without having to pay massively over the odds.
£4.99 a month is a reasonable amount for an unlimited access to a database of more than eight million tracks. Still, there are noteworthy features that are still missing from Spotify's list, some of which could change the way we listen to music.
The first one has to do with the fact that the "unlimited" option is limited to a computer, a Windows-based one to be more precise. This means that if you have a Linux desktop computer, you're out of the picture (ed : we know that Spotify works under Wine but they have yet to announce any Native clients).
Some have suggested that Spotify should instead have charged £4.99 for an unlimited access either on a desktop or a mobile platform which makes sense given that many music aficionados only listen to music on their phones. Spotify Premium offers both platforms.
The second missing feature is getting Spotify on more devices, just like BBC's foray into a multi platform environment; Spotify on anything from Virgin Media, the Playstation 3 and even peripherals like Logitech's Squeezebox.
Don't get us wrong; Spotify's Unlimited is a fantastic service but Napster Unlimited offers 10 million tracks and 5 MP3 for free to keep while we7 is still accepting subscriptions for its free service, albeit with adverts.