Nous étions très tristes de voir @Spotify DMCA leurs applications sur @APKMirror aujourd’hui. …

We were very sad to see @Spotify DMCA their apps on @APKMirror today. @ArtemR reached out in hopes of a possible agreement to allow further distribution 🤞

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nous étions très tristes de voir @Spotify DMCA leurs applications sur @APKMirror aujourd’hui. @ArtemR tendu la main dans l’espoir d’un éventuel accord pour permettre davantage de distribution 🤞


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14 réflexions au sujet de “Nous étions très tristes de voir @Spotify DMCA leurs applications sur @APKMirror aujourd’hui. …”

  1. Wouldn’t be so bad if Spotify would actually test their software before releasing. I had to downgrade once because the idiots didn’t bother to make sure Bluetooth controls worked with the new version. Literally took 3 months for them to fix it.

    Spotify is absolutely terrible at software development. I rarely ever upgrade when I find a decent running version.

  2. I feel like Spotify thought it was a site distributing cracked apks instead of official ones. Either way, it’s a shame to see it happen.

  3. Can someone explain why they would download Spotify from somewhere other than the play store? I only use APKmirror and sites like that for apps that aren’t available on my device or something.

  4. Whatever Spotify did in their last update they broke playback and the ability to use hands-free controls in my car. I have to open up the damn app to be able to use hands free. And even then it doesn’t work for long. And stopping in the middle of songs. When I go back, I have to start the damn song over.

    FUCK. Spotify.

  5. I honestly don’t understand why companies do things like this. When you are not selling your app, but rather giving it away for free to facilitate connection to your subscription-based service, what are you losing by allowing people to distribute it?

    This just seems like Spotify throwing away money. Probably not much money in the grand scheme of things, but it’s money they were making without having to do a thing.

  6. I’m gonna borrow this thread and ask what alternatives are there for the official app, which has refused to let me log in for the last couple of days for some reason.

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