Music blogs aggregator has already won praise for its website and iOS app, but now it’s made the leap to Spotify’s apps platform too. As elsewhere, the new app serves up a streaming playlist of new and buzzworthy songs harvested from music blogs around the world – “It’s all relevant, what’s fresh now, bubbling under the radar, music you probably have not heard of yet, but will in the near future,” as founder Tim Heineke puts it. Users can filter the stream by genre, and it’s all presented in a clean grid-based interface, with ‘Read more’ buttons directing users to the original blog posts. As points out, it’s apps like this that are bolstering Spotify’s discovery capabilities, despite the recent suggestion by Beats execs that it remains “a search box” when talking up their forthcoming Daisy service.

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