Now available in Anytune 0.9.11
When playing a song through Spotify, Anytune cannot directly access and process the data. Anytune processes the data stream as it passes through which limits Anytune's powers.
Anytune can play most Spotify songs with some limitations.
You will be able to apply time-stretching (adjust the tempo), set marks and loop sections.
The waveform will not be accurate, pitch-shifting, and analysis is not available.
Some functions will be disabled.
To access the full power of Anytune please acquire audio files that are not DRM protected and place them physically on your device.
We will add additional capabilities as soon as we can.
Songs streamed through a Spotify subscription are protected, limiting Anytune's functionality. We are working to increase the capabilities with streamed music.
Support for Spotify is under development. There are known bugs and missing functionality. Your help identifying bugs and offering suggestions is appreciated.
If you come back to Anytune with a song in the player after being away, you may need to reconnect to Spotify by loading a song. The song left in the player may not play, until you load another song first. If that doesn't work restart Anytune.
Spotify playback sometimes gets out of sync with the player and may not behave as expected at the end of a song.
Spotify search is not available in the search tab yet.
Anytune currently supports basic Spotify Connect capabilities. You can control play/pause from another remote Spotify instance (i.e. web version on PC) but cannot change songs. When you play a song on another device, Anytune will unload the player.