Spotify Lands On Windows Phone 8

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Spotify has just landed on the Windows Phone 8 platform, giving Microsoft’s mobile users access to one of the world’s largest music streaming platforms.

Before today, the app was only available on iOS, Android, Symbian, and to legacy Windows Phone users, but Spotify has spread the love around to the newest version of the Windows Phone software.

The app is currently being released as a free beta in the Windows Phone Store.

If you’re reading this, you should already be familiar with Spotify, but in case you aren’t familiar, here’s the deal. Spotify is a music streaming platform that helps you discover new music.

Users can create their own playlists, or browse the playlists of others, and the best part is that you don’t need an internet connection to do so. The platform also works in the cloud, meaning your phone’s Spotify library is also available on your PC.

The app is free and available now, with a 30-day free trial. After that, premium service will cost $9.99 a month.