by James Tromans, 3 years ago
Not too long ago, back in August, we brought you the news that Droidify had released a Spotify application for Android. Well, enough waiting, now for the real thing. Available only to premium subscribers, Spotify…
Spotify for Android has finally shed its beta skin. Version 0.5.0 of the music streaming app is now available to download on Google Play, bringing the long awaited compatibility with Android 4.0 devices and a complete redesign, which puts it on par with its iOS cousin.
These are the changes that you’ll find in the new Spotify release:
In general, the latest version of Spotify seems to receive plenty of love from users, though there are some gripes about the lack of landscape support. But things can only improve from here on in.
For the uninitiated, Spotify for Android only works for those who have a Premium subscription with the music streaming service provider. In the US, that works out at $9.99 per month. Signing up for the Premium account gives you access to over 15 million tracks, which you can even listen to offline, on your Android device – as long as it runs Android 2.1 and up. We say it’s definitely worth trying out the 2-day free trial to see if it meets your needs.
Any avid Spotify users here? How do you dig the new interface and features?