Money for old mobile could fund use of Spotify for iPhone
5 July 2010 — 11:51 AM
Consumers may wish to use the money for an old mobile phone gained through selling it with Envirofone to purchase an iPhone, which offers an improved connection to Spotify.
The music player can be accessed through its official app that is now available to users of the iPhone 4 as well as its predecessor, the iPhone 3GS, explains Craig Westaway, writing for Cnet.
Apple has made it compliant with iOS 4 technology, meaning it takes advantage of the latest model's multitasking ability.
One advantage of this is that when a person is listening to their favourite track on Spotify, should they navigate back to the iPhone's homepage their song will keep playing, the reviewer states.
"This means you'll be able to check your email, or more importantly tweet, without stopping the rock," he suggests.
Apple's iPhone 4 was released in the UK and four other countries on June 24th and will be rolled out across the world over the coming months.
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