Hi there How do people find the Spotify app in practice? I find the app quite brilliant in terms of usability, it looks awesome and moves fluidly, and I love that they've included a widget for the homescreens too. But some things about it do confuse me. For starters, when I use it (in offline mode - I dont stream music with it, only listening to files offline downloaded earlier via wifi) it causes my phone to heat up quickly (HTC Desire). If I don't touch it and just let it play it cools, but the minute you navigate or adjust anything in Spotify it seems to cause excess heat. Is it really that processor hungry? Furthermore, the way Spotify acts with Android (Froyo) is odd. It keeps an 'Ongoing' process going in Notifications, with no clear exit button, so you have to run it all day. 'Running Services' does show a Spotify process that I can 'Force Stop', but it seems a bit of a long way around to close the program every time. And when I start the phone, even if I don't open the Spotify app, that process runs on bootup. I presume that is being triggered by the Spotify widget on one of my homescreens. Finally, the program also seems a tad buggy - one time, I skipped tracks quickly and it seemed to get confused, and showed my playlist as blank, then my list of playlists as blank too. I had to force stop and reopen it to get everything back. Anyone with experience of this app and it's odd behaviour, your comments would be very useful. Thank you.