Spotify goes free on Android!

Spotify goes free on Android!

Spotify today announced that they’ve set their music streaming service free on Android smartphones and tablets. According to a post on the company blog, Spotify still offers the Premium version however all others can still enjoy the same great features, but with occasional ads. In other words, it’s similar to what you’ll find on the desktop client.

  • Play everywhere – Tap into millions of songs wherever you are. Just like the desktop, mobile radio has the entire Spotify catalog to choose from.
  • Just create stations – Create stations based on any artist, album or playlist, and let Spotify bring you one great song after another. Skip if you disagree
  • Save the songs you love – When you like a song, give it a thumbs up and it’ll be saved to a “Liked from Radio” playlist on your desktop. So you can listen whenever you like.
  • Make it more personal – Every time you give a song a thumbs up (or down), Spotify learns. Our radio gets even better the more you listen.

Read more on the company blog and/or download Spotify for your Android smartphone or tablet.

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22 Comments

  1. Chris Sneed
    August 01, 22:09 Reply

    The radio service is free, that’s it, like Pandora.

  2. Paola
    January 21, 03:36 Reply

    Actually Spotify does not work for free on Android…or there are tricks I do not know to make it works. ANy other similar experience? or successful experience?

  3. Nicole
    May 06, 07:49 Reply

    I tried spotify through my android and went via the 48hr premium free trial, once that was finished it wont let me listen to my playlists without paying for the premium!!! so much for a FREE service

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