If a member of a premium account with Spotify knows that the service to listen to music via streaming offers the possibility of exporting our favorite music to your mobile. For ten euro per month, users of this service have the opportunity to listen to music from all his devices (desktop computer, the laptop, the tablet or smartphone), download songs and listen offline and leave the ads they are included in the free mode.
Until now had the option to enjoy all the owners of mobile phones equipped with operating systems Android, Symbian (for devices Nokia), and Windows Mobile, iPhone or iPod Touch. In fact, each platform has a series of terminals supported. Not all models are able to successfully connect to the service with the applicable application. The good news is that very soon, the owners of mobile phones equipped with Windows Phone 8 may use the application Spotify and therefore, enjoy your favorite songs in streaming from your mobile.
Here are targeted as important as phones Nokia Lumia 920, Nokia Lumia 820 or Nokia Lumia 620 in addition to the terminal Samsung, dubbed Samsung ATIV S or both devices Taiwanese firm HTC, called HTC Windows Phone 8X and HTC Windows Phone 8S. The good news comes after Anna Strom, director of product marketing for Windows Phone in Sweden, has been reported that Spotify is doing everything possible to integrate as soon as the application for Windows Phone 8 in compatibility universe.
Spotify also has confirmed that the team is working on a native application for the mobile platform of Microsoft, with the aim that the range of possibilities can be extended to users of the operating system or LiveTiles cubes. The latest information indicates, moreover, that the team is focused on the development of this application to install it as soon as possible on all devices running on Windows Phone 8 and from now will be compatible with this successful service of Swedish origin.
But what’s behind this update? Initially, some analysts hooked on conspiracy theory indicated that Spotify would never come to mobile phones with Windows Phone. Apparently, the decision would have been taken specifically by Microsoft, with the aim of pushing all of its users to a music platform itself, that of Xbox. It seems however that this was not the case.
The company of Redmond is ready to fulfill the wishes of many of the users who want to connect to Spotify to enjoy the music, so that there is no impediment for the project of this music service to take effect. It must be said, however, that for now we have no fixed date for its release. Neither the owner of Windows Phone nor the developer of the application, Spotify, wanted to give more details about it, so we’ll have to wait and be patient until its release possible.