Apple are mulling over whether to allow a new music streaming service, dubbed an "iTunes Killer" to become a downloadable app for the iPhone. Spotify is currently only available on PC's and Macs and enables users to stream millions of songs for free. If Apple agrees to make Spotify available to its iPhone users, the application will save their playlists meaning they will be able to listen to their music even when they have no signal or internet connection. However, the service will only be available to Spotify's premium subscribers who shell out £9.99 a month, as opposed to regular members who can enjoy the service for free, albeit with their songs interrupted by regular advertisement breaks.
Spotify was launched last year and already has two million users in the UK, with a choice of over six million tracks.