Jun 15, 2012
Spotify recently was testing out an Android version of their streaming music service, as our own Joseph Bertolini wrote about earlier. Well, good news for those who don’t like to participate in betas, or prefer their software to come from official sources, as a finalized version of the Spotify app is now available on Google Play. This means that all the advantages of the app are now available to much of the Android world at large. This includes a revamped interface and additional features including Ice Cream Sandwich support, gapless playback, 320kbps sound quality, related artist search, and more social features. As Gustav Södertröm, VP of Products at Spotify, “The feedback we got from the preview we released a few weeks back was really positive. We wanted to give our users something special – we really hope you like it.” The update is currently available on Google Play, though not on Amazon Appstore at the moment for Kindle Fire users.