More Android devices get Spotify
December 2nd, 2010 by Dipak Sarda

Spotify Android 2.2

Spotify, the streaming music service has dedicated mobile phone apps for the iPhone, Android and Symbian platforms and most recently the service provider launched its services for the Windows phone so as to enable its premium music services to customers.

Spotify for Android handsets has been modified for better by enabling support for new screen resolutions which was a drawback so far because of the high resolution that they feature. The latest supported devices include Sony Ericsson X8, Samsung Galaxy S, and Samsung Galaxy Tab.

On-The-Fly screen rotation will now be available for mobiles with a slider keypad and that would sound sweet for all those who use HTC Desire Z or Xperia X10 Mini Pro. The lag reduction while switching between tracks is another improvement on the performance front. An album art related bug and another bug related to widget display have been fixed.

Spotify users can access the music library with six million songs at a subscription of £9.99 per month. The users can shuffle, skip, pause, rewind, and fast-forward the music collection.

And while you do all this on Spotify in the background, you can multi-task by texting or making calls. To add to this, Spotify playlists can be played offline also when there is no internet connectivity. The app lets you sync music ‘one-the-fly’ which makes every selected track available right away on both your mobile and computer.

Leave a Reply

»  Copyright © 2007-2010 The Mobile Hub   »  One stop site for : Mobile Phone Reviews