The First-Ever Popdust Spotify App Launches Today
Posted by Newson 07/23/2012 at 9:40 AM
Good news, fans of pop music and legal audio streaming! Today marks the launch of the Popdust Spotify app, the first entirely pop-centric application of the dozens or so apps currently available on the all-encompassing music streaming service. The Popdust app will not only provide editorially curated playlists to soundtrack any day-to-day activity you might think of—from working out to making out to cashing out—but will allow you the opportunity to submit your own user playlist along similar themes, giving the rest of the Popdust army a look into your cutting-edge taste in pop jams, and making you a veritable hero to your pop-listening friends and family.
You can locate our application over in the “App Finder” section in the left rail on Spotify. (If you don’t have Spotify yet, you can download the service here.) Listen to our selections, browse those of others, make up your own—whatever you feel like. There is no judgment in pop music. For a little taste of the App, check out the look of it below, as well as a couple sample playlists:
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