Spotify app hits Android Market [Video]

by Hero on September 7, 2009

in Applications, Hands On, Video

SpotifyThe ad-supported Spotify music streaming service has today launched its much-awaited application on the Android market. Whilst, Spotify is currently only available in Europe it has gone from strength to strength and a US launch is pencilled in for the end of the year.

The Spotify app is free to download now but there is a caveat. It is only available to premium Spotify members (i.e. those who pay £10 per month in the UK). Whilst this may annoy some, it is great news for the huge number of current paying subscribers out there.

The advantages it offers is the ability to stream music over Wi-Fi or 3G and the best bit of news if that playlists can be downloaded and played in offline mode when you have no connection. The mobile service is currently available to Spotify Premium members in UK, Sweden, Spain, France and Norway. Check out some high-res pictures and a video of Spotifiy in action on Android after the jump.




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1 ankero September 7, 2009 at 4:30 PM

The app is also available in Finland, you just need to download the app from Spotifys web pages and install from your computer…

I’ve had high hopes for portable spotify.. and it works perfectly :D

2 AfroMike May 30, 2011 at 5:39 PM

Spotify worked fine on my Hero for months but now it doesnt load properly and always crashes. It’s been this way since approx January & despite reinstalling and looking for a fix I’m still without it.
Any others out there with same problem, or if anyone can help, get in touch.


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