Spotify for Windows Phone 7 has finally been made official during an event hosted by Microsoft on Monday in New York, and at first glance I must say I loved the design of the interface of the app. And the best part is that the interface is very consistent with Metro.
This native client on Windows Phone 7 from Microsoft will allow us access to our Spotify music subscription service account, which offers on-demand access to millions of songs. Like the other mobile versions of Spotify, you must have a premium account to make use of the application, so you only have to pay the amount of $ 9.99 to enjoy all the music you want anywhere. Not only that, its also social. You can also share what music you’re listening to on Facebook, Twitter and Windows Messenger.
Prominent features of Spotify For Windows Phone 7 are:
- Find and play your favorite songs from your contacts from Spotify, artists and playlist.
- Quick access to your playlist through Live Tiles for your home screen.
- Play music in the background while running other applications, or even when the phone is locked.
- Pause, play, or change tracks when the phone is locked with universal remotes.
The application will be available for download from today at the Windows Phone Marketplace .
For Further Reading:
- Windows Phone: The Past, The Present And The Future [Infographic]
- China Restricted Access to Windows 7 Phone Marketplace
- Microsoft Windows Phone 7 – Mango
- HTC Bresson – Smartphone with Windows Phone 7 and 16 MP Camera
- Windows Phone Marketplace Now Have More Than 25K Apps
- Will Windows 8 be too Focused on Tablet and Smartphone Use?
- HTC Titan – A Massive Phone with Superior Features
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