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Mighty: the tiny music player that lets you take your Spotify off the grid

By TS Dealmaster
Oct 12, 2017
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  1. At the gym, by the pool, or around the beach, there are plenty of places we'd like to enjoy our music but not necessarily lug around our smartphone. Therein lies the brilliance of Mighty: the first on-the-go Spotify music player. Essentially "the iPod Shuffle for Spotify," this handy device lets you jam out to your favorite playlists offline and hassle-free.

    With Mighty, you can bring music to your workouts, daily commutes, and outdoor adventures without stressing over data overages or battery drain. The tiny device is Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled and is compatible with wired and most Bluetooth headphones and speakers.

    Mighty boasts more than 1,000 song storage capacity, so you can cram every playlist in there without having to go online. Plus, thanks to Mighty's built-in clip, this device is crafted to keep up with you -- even when the going gets tough.

    You can take 10 percent off Mighty by plugging in the MIGHTY10 coupon code, taking its $85.99 retail price down to $77.39.

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  2. Skidmarksdeluxe

    Skidmarksdeluxe TS Evangelist Posts: 8,454   +3,175

    Personally I don't see much of a future for it. With the ability to stream music directly from your wrist either from a smartwatch or activity tracker makes a lot more sense to me.
     
  3. Davin Peterson

    Davin Peterson TS Rookie

    Stop talking about the iPod Shuffle. What about Creative Labs which had made a ZEN MP3 player like this. Creative pioneered the MP3 Player, not Apple and Apple stole the idea/patent from Creative Labs
     
    Panda218, Reehahs and psycros like this.
  4. Kibaruk

    Kibaruk TechSpot Paladin Posts: 3,220   +856

    I was wondering why the battery life was not mentioned, after going to the store I wondered no more :p (5hrs for you lazy peeps).

    Although true, is much more expensive. I would however, go for a cheap Android feature phone, hopefully one with a small screen and a keyboard and just use that for this purposes. Not having a screen is a big con.

    @Davin Peterson : Let's not make it a fanboy thread... there are way too many around already. I don't like apple, but trust me, instead of making anything constructive out of it, it's completely the opposite way.
     
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