News by Andrew Kameka on Friday February 08, 2013.
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Months after Windows Phone 8 debuted with devices like the Windows Phone 8X by HTC and the Nokia Lumia 920, the official Spotify for Windows Phone 8 app has finally arrived to stream on-demand music on smartphones. Though a Spotify client was previously available for Windows Phone 7, the music streaming service had not updated its app to support the first wave of devices running Microsoft's latest operating system. Today's update rectifies that problem.
Spotify is rolling out now to the Windows Phone Store, but it may take a few hours to appear on all devices. The app supports a music library with millions of songs that can be streamed, downloaded for offline use, or added to playlists. A $9.99 monthly subscription is required to use Spotify on Windows Phone 8, but new users can try out the app with a 48-hour trial.Windows Phone
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