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Spotify Adds ‘Private Listening’ So You Can Keep Your Embarrassing Albums To Yourself

by | 29th, September 2011

If you are a heavy user of Spotify and Facebook you’ll know that the pair recently did a little deal, so that stuff you play on Spotify gets shared with all your Fbook buddies. This is fine, but I guess makes people a little more cautious about what they play. After all most of us like to appear as edgy, young cool hipsters, even if most of the time we listen to dad rock classics rather than the hottest new combo from Dalston.

Well it appears Spotify has been tuning in to the online debate for they have introduced something called ‘Private Listening.’ Earlier today the streaming music service’s official Twitter account announced ‘Now you can temporarily hide your guilty pleasures. We call

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