Spotify Mobile Available for Android – Premium Members Only
After quite a bit of anticipation, the official Spotify Mobile client has been released for Android.Â Available strictly for their premium members, the app allows for users to stream music over your phone usingÂ WiFi or EDGE/3G. One can also add music using their mobile device and/or web client and have them sync up immediately. The coolest feature, as detailed below, is that the app will play your music when there is no data connection available. Yup, you can make a travel playlist and then listen to it while on an airplane!
The monthly service runs you Â£9.99 per month, ($16.35 US) and is currently only available in France, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
Here’s the video preview of the app which showed up back in May.
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