Are you an Android Spotify user? A new app called Stations gives users an easy access to music. Spotify has discreetly released this new app for Android. The new standalone Spotify app allows users to browse quickly, create a playlist and listen to various stations.


Spotify rolls out a new app for listening to playlists


The company said that it is currently experimenting the app Stations. It further described the app as “the easiest way to listen to the music you love. Totally free.”


Android users were quick to discover the Stations’ listing in the Google Play Store. However, it was found out that as of Tuesday evening, the app Stations is not yet compatible with smartphones in the U.S and several other countries. What we know so far is that the app is available only in Australia.


But Android users who already used the app claims that Spotify’s new app aims to reduce the long process of searching for music. This seems true because the company said that the app would start playing music as the user would open it.



Users can also have a quick glance at the playlists largely displayed on the screen. Then users could browse all the playlists by scrolling, but users who subscribed the app for free will get ads.


Those users who subscribed a Premium service could actually a skip track when using the Spotify’s app. Aside from this, the app also offers other services like personalized playlists such as Discover Weekly and Release Radar.


“As you listen, it learns what you like and creates personalized stations that you’ll love,” the Spotify’s new app description reads.