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December 3, 2010

Spotify for Android gets revamp, now available on more mobiles

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by Darren Allan

The Spotify client for Android has been given a considerable overhaul, part of which involves making it accessible to more Android phones.

As well as being given fresh aesthetics and a redesign, the app supports a fuller range of screen resolutions, so it’s now officially functioning properly on a number of new mobiles. These include the HTC Desire HD, Desire Z, Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro, Sony Ericsson X8, Samsung Galaxy S and indeed the Galaxy Tab slate.

General performance has been tweaked, so everything should run a bit faster, and bug fixes have also been applied, including the correction of a flaw which caused the wrong album art to be displayed. Lag issues when forwarding past longer tracks have also been smoothed out.

The new version of Spotify is now available on the Android market, and while it’s a free download, only paying premium subscribers can use the music streaming service on their mobile.

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