Spotify users on Windows 10 Mobile are left banded together, wondering if they’ll be hearing the same ‘ol tune from the music streaming service like they have for many other app makers.

The situation began with disappointment yesterday as it notified at least one user that it wouldn’t be updating its Windows Phone 8.x app anymore, nor will it be made available on the Windows Store. A Windows 10 app was in the purgatory of “if or when.”

The Swedish company then turned around with another post on its forums today saying that it had reaffirmed its support for its Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 app. It’s also now gauging demand for a universal Windows 10 app in another forum post. Hit the source link for the “clarification” and the follow-through.

So, if you want it bad enough, play on Windows fans. Play on.

Source: Spotify
Via: Windows Central

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