Spotify has a library of over 16 million songs. Chances are high that you will not listen to all of them, nor would you want to. That said, the people behind Sonarflow want to help you at least get a taste of the massive amount of music out there outside of your stable of favorites.
Sonarflow doesn’t do anything remarkably new, but it is a handy complement to the premium Spotify service. Sonarflow will offer artist recommendations based on the music you usually listen to. Tapping on the artist recommendations will reveal track listings, which can be played straight after. Spotify tracks can be played from within the app, so you won’t need to worry about switching apps.
Additional features include artist biographies, music videos from YouTube, and sharing options for Facebook and Twitter.
Sonarflow is available for free on the iTunes App Store for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Using the app will require a paid premium Spotify account.
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