By James Tromans September 7, 2009 0 0 0 141 Spotify Mobile 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 Mobile is available on the iPhone and Android platforms, through the App Store and Android Market, respectively. A premium subscription will set you back £9.99 per month or around $18. At the moment Spotify is only available in the UK, France, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Spain, though we may see a US version as early as the end of this year. In short, this mobile application will allow you to take the entire Spotify catalog and “put it in your pocket”. Unlike the now deceased Droidify, there is the highly anticipated ‘offline mode’ in the new Spotify that will allow you to make your play lists available at all times – even without a Wi-Fi or 3G connection. Furthermore, you can create playlists directly on the device as well.Advertisement For more information on the official Spotify Mobile application, take a wander over to Spotify.com and have a gander. Video demo after the jump. 0 0 0 previous postVideo: Universal Microelectronics videophone and MID prototypenext postHTC Touch HD 2 to run Android?