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As many people out there, I have found this very different. A confession app approved by the pope himself. But not surprising. Since everything is going digital, why not religion? Therefore the real question is will it work? In my opinion it would work for the younger generation and not for the older. The reason is that the older generations would rather keep it the way they grew up and they wouldn’t want to change a thing. But that’s just speculation. Whats your opinion?
Here is a link to a short article about the app.
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Think about Itunes, but without limits. No charges to your VISA. Only music. Well with Spotify it has the same UI (User Interface) as Itunes but that’s the ony thing similar about them because from there they split into two different directions. Spotify streams unlimited music to your computer. It’s as if your library has millions of songs and takes up almost zero space. And you don’t have to pay for anything. But unfortunately there is a catch to everything. Spotify is only available in the Finland, France, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden or United Kingdom. But you can use it outside of those countries but you need someone there to register you so you can use Spotify. But their currently expanding to the US and Canada if your willing to wait. Have fun!
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