The Spotify music streaming service has updated their Android application, now offering an interface adapted to Android 4.0.
The new version of Spotify for Android is now available to all as a free download. The application is now fully compatible with Android 4.0, with it benefitting from a reworked interface with a better thought out presentation and more ergonomic browsing, with the slide of a finger.
The social dimension hasn’t been forgotten, with it being possible to access your friend’s playlists, while the disks sleeves are now displayed in high resolution. Spotify has also improved the listening quality by changing their songs to 320 Kbps (but be careful of mobile data traffic use on cellular networks).
The application offers a selection of similar artists, with this function appearing for the first time on mobiles. Spotify also offers various play options that are provided by a widget, allowing you to control the application for the device even when the screen is locked.
As always, you will have to have a subscription (Spotify Premium) to benefit from the Spotify Mobile application. It can be freely downloaded from Google Play.