Spotify finally goes free for Windows Phone

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Spotify has proven that even though music streaming wasn’t popular a couple of years ago, it is now. The company has gained a significant amount of customer base in Europe, and it is clearly just getting started. Offering free ad-based music on smartphones is probably one of the coolest updates the company has offered lately, but Windows Phone users were deprived of this feature until now.

Spotify has just updated its application for Windows Phone, and among the updates, you can now stream music for free. Yes, free involves a couple of ads here and there, you won’t be able to sync your playlists, and you will have to shuffle the songs, but even with those quirks, the service is still free. You also have the option to upgrade to Spotify’s premium service in order to not put up with these annoyances at any time.

This update should reach the Windows Phone Store in the next couple of hours, so keep your eyes open, and let us know how it works for you.

Source: Windows Phone Store
Via: The Verge

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