Re: Blindspot may need to close because of Spotify's changing API.
Damien Garwood <damien@...>
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To be honest, I never saw the charm in subscription-based streaming. I use 7Digital. Mostly, I download. If I'm going out and don't want to lug my external harddrive around, I'll stream through Sonos. You pay once, then the content's yours and it appears in your library, and you can mix and match it in playlists and all sorts. There is also a 7Digital app, not sure how accessible that is though, never had any reason to try it. But 7Digital seems to be a rather small company, and I had several teleconferences with their web developers back in 2015 regarding accessibility improvements, so can safely say that they definitely care.
From: Perry Simm via Groups.Io
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2018 5:43 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Blindspot may need to close because of Spotify's changing API.
as far as an accessible web interface is concerned, I can recommend Google Play Music. It uses headings, has keyboard shortcuts, all buttons have reasonable descriptions, and if used with Chrome it doesn't even require the security risk called Flash. It's an accessibility success story too few people know about, in sharp contrast to Spotify which, in my opinion, never really cared.
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No connection whatsoever with this, but in this age of inclusively, should