Apps & Mobile

Spotify Releases iPhone And Android Apps

Spotify tight logo We learned just 10 days ago that Apple had approved the Spotify iPhone and iPod Touch app.  Now it's arrived and is available free at the Apple's App store. But to use the app you'll have to be a Spotify paid premium sunscriber in the UK, Sweden, Spotify iPhoneSpain, France, Norway and Finland.

 Spotify has also launched a free Android platform mobile app available exclusively to Spotify Premium members in the majority of their launch countries including the UK, Sweden, Spain, France and Norway. It is not yet available on Android Market in Finland.

According to the company key features of both apps include:


Access to millions of tracks with Spotify’s constantly updated catalog

  • Continue to run Spotify in the background while making calls, browsing the web etc.
  • Search and stream music instantly. Browse by artist, title or album
  • Create and synchronise playlists. Updates from the desktop application will be synced instantly and vice versa
  • Playlists can be downloaded and played in offline mode when you have no connection, are on a plane or subway, or abroad and subject to roaming data fees
  • Listen to tracks and albums in their entirety. Rewind, fast-forward, pause, skip and shuffle
  • View cover art for all tracks and albums
  • “This is a hugely significant day in Spotify’s short history,” said Gustav Söderström, director of portable solutions at Spotify. “Since our launch last October, we’ve worked hard to provide our users with a high quality service that gives them access to whatever music they want, whenever they want it. As of today our users can access that music wherever they want, providing them with the best of both the online and offline worlds. We’ve now made it even easier to listen to all the world’s music, anywhere on the planet.”

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