Get your vibe on wherever you are, regardless of your internet connection with the Mighty Vibe player taking Spotify offline.
Back in the days of music players thriving, smartphones not providing every tech need, and before 3G gave us web access wherever we are portable players were all the range. The Mighty Vibe is a new player that oozes nostalgia of the days of the tiny iPod Shuffle.
Online music streaming has proliferated through to pretty much everyone with internet access and even the slightest enjoyment of music. As our phones get bigger and our love for streaming all the music around the world gets stronger Mighty Vibe is looking to take us back to the days of simple, portable, offline music.
The device is the size of the old iPod Shuffle, which was a small square with playback buttons and no screen for any Generation Z readers. It can hold over 1,000 songs which it downloads from Spotify and presents a compact solution to taking music out without using data – great for going running as modern smartphones are often too chunky to clip onto armbands/shirts.
The Mighty Vibe refreshes itself each night to make sure that its library is up to date with the music you love. It will last you over 5 hours of music streaming when you’re out and about. It’s pretty durable as well so you don’t need to worry about the elements as it’s drop-proof and water resistant.
Here’s everything that makes the Mighty Vibe player great:
- No signal, no problem – music stored offline so you can listen while working out without your phone
- Redesigned antenna allows expanded Bluetooth playback range & stronger connectivity
- Works w/ Spotify Premium
- Pairs w/ Bluetooth headsets & speakers (and wired, 3.5mm headset jack) and clips onto clothes for extreme flexibility
- Syncs 1,000+ songs from your Spotify library
- Wakes itself up each night & automatically refreshes your synced music through the new Stay Fresh feature
- Delivers over 5 hours of battery life
- Features drop & water resistance
- Playlist Selector button allows for easy playlist scrolling
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