If you’ve been looking for a way to stream Spotify tracks without having to use the standalone app, that day may come sooner than later: Spotify has confirmed with us that they have begun testing the feature with a small audience. A web-based version of Spotify has been a rumor for awhile now, and rumblings of the beta rollout first popped up on the Verge this morning, who cited an unnamed source close to the company. Spotify’s Graham James then provided the following confirmation to Gizmodo. Read the full story at Gizmodo.
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