Posted by: Pece Andonoski in Android, Android Apps, Google, tags: Android, ics, spotify
After two months in beta, Spotify finally launched its app for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich devices.
The new version is completely redesigned with full support for Ice Cream Sandwich and some new features like: play queue (not available in the iOS version), added social functionality, Last.fm scrobbling, cross-fade and gapless playback, hi-res album art, streaming at 320kps, folder support and a widget to control playback from the home screen.
- Instant access to over 15 million tracks
- Stream online
- Listen offline – no mobile connection needed
- Share music with your friends
- Star your favourite tracks
- Wirelessly sync your own MP3s to your Android device
- Create and sync playlists
- Send the tracks you listen to direct to Last.fm & Facebook
You can try
Spotify on your mobile for 48-hours for free
Spotify on your mobile for 48-hours for free, while the Premium subscription will cost you $9.99 per month.