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Spotify’s newly-redesigned Android app revealed

12 Jun Posted by in Technology | Comments Off
Spotify’s newly-redesigned Android app revealed
 

Spotify have unveiled their brand new Android app, a feature-packed revamp that should please plenty of people. Those on Android 4.0 will definitely be pleased as Spotify have designed the app from the ground-up from you guys.

 

 

Alongside that biggie, we’ve got crossfade and gapless play settings, a new widget, Last.Fm scrobbling, an “extreme” setting for audio quality (32kbps). high resolution art, new social features, and a whole lot more. We can’t find the app in the Google Play Store just yet but we’ll stay on the lookout for its arrival. Read on for more details. [via Engadget]

Spotify for Android – now on Google Play

Today we’re taking the covers off our latest and greatest Android app. Having undergone a top-to-bottom redesign and with a completely new box of tricks under the hood, we reckon this might be our best mobile app yet.

Available now on Google Play, features include:

Totally new app with full support for Android 4.0
All-new slide-out navigation
Crossfade/gapless playback settings
Widget – control Spotify from the home screen
Folder support – organise and order your playlists
Even more social – check out friends’ profile pages and playlists on the go
Artist imagery in high resolution
Related artist view – available for the first time on mobile
‘Extreme’ sound quality setting for 320kbps listening
Play queue
Last.fm scrobbling
So much faster!

Gustav Södertröm, VP Products at Spotify, said: “For all our Android users, this Spotify update is a huge leap forward. We’ve rebuilt it from top to bottom, making it faster, slicker and much better looking.”

He added: “The feedback we got from the preview we released a few weeks back was really positive. We wanted to give our users something special – we really hope you like it.”

As with all Spotify Mobile apps, you’ll need a Premium subscription to get your music on the move.