Spotify debuts redesigned Android app
After weeks of offering an early look preview of their next Android application, Spotify has released a completely redesigned streaming music client. Featuring a brand new design with Android 4.0 support, Spotify not only looks better but it sounds better as well. Additional details include a new slide-out navigation, high resolution artist images, related artist view, and added social features.
If you’ve been playing with the early look version of the app and think you’re already getting everything out of Spotify, you’ll find that there’s even more awaiting you. Since the preview release of the app, Spotify has added another few options.
Plus, since the preview release we’ve added:
- Play queue
- Last.fm scrobbling
- Crossfade/gapless playback settings
- Widget – control Spotify from the home screen
- Folder support
Download Spotify for Android for free from Google Play. While a Premium account runs $9.99 per month, Spotify offers a 30-day free trial.
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