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  Reply # 629201 22-May-2012 22:14
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Now that Spotify is out in NZ do we have any indications as to when an app for Windows Phone will come out??



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  Reply # 629202 22-May-2012 22:18
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tiamat1990: Now that Spotify is out in NZ do we have any indications as to when an app for Windows Phone will come out??


They have a WP7 app, it still isn't in the NZ store though. I have asked them on twitter but no reply as of now.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 629685 23-May-2012 23:33
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Windows Phone app is now in the marketplace Cool

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  Reply # 789736 30-Mar-2013 20:51
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NZ Herald has an article dated 29 March about NZ launch of Deezer. Deezer is "different" in that its playlists are curated by humans. Registration for login is Facebook only though!

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  Reply # 789753 30-Mar-2013 21:16
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pgs2050: NZ Herald has an article dated 29 March about NZ launch of Deezer. Deezer is "different" in that its playlists are curated by humans. Registration for login is Facebook only though!


no it isn't, it asks you to log on with Facebook but it then says if you dont have a Facebook account you can register. you just have to put in a name , email account and a password and you are joined.

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  Reply # 789765 30-Mar-2013 22:01
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pgs2050: NZ Herald has an article dated 29 March about NZ launch of Deezer. Deezer is "different" in that its playlists are curated by humans. Registration for login is Facebook only though!


no it isn't, it asks you to log on with Facebook but it then says if you dont have a Facebook account you can register. you just have to put in a name , email account and a password and you are joined.


You're right, Facebook is not compulsory - I was not reading it correctly.

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pgs2050: NZ Herald has an article dated 29 March about NZ launch of Deezer. Deezer is "different" in that its playlists are curated by humans. Registration for login is Facebook only though!


Deezer launch was announced one year ago here in New Zealand, and it was in my original list of legal download/stream services. I wonder if the NZ Herald article is just a PR boost.

In any case this thread is about Windows Phone, so here is an update: since the thread started Spotify launched in New Zealand, as well as Pandora, both with Windows Phone apps.
 







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