Kindle Fire finally receives Spotify App

Digital music service provider Spotify is finally making their app available to Kindle Fire users as the latter can now download the Spotify app at the Amazon app store.

Users -either on Kindle Fire or not- who download the free version of the Spotify app can stream music being played by Internet radio stations with commercial breaks. Those who pay for their subscription on the other hand, or Premium users, will have a “full mobile experience”.

Premium subscription costs $9.99 per month and users can create and listen to customized playlist, enjoy the app’s social media features and the best of it all, no commercial breaks.

The Spotify app for the Kindle Fire app includes upgrades, such as slide out navigation windows. It also features a crossfaded playback and the ability to create folders for different playlists.

Spotify recently updated their Spotify app for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich users. The update includes a 32-kbps “extreme” sound quality.

But the latter is also heavily dependent on the headphones or speakers that you use on your MP3 device.

So if you’re a music fanatic and can’t live without it whenever you go out on a stroll, then download the Spotify app in your Kindle Fire so you could have music everywhere you go.

Kindle Fire owners must be happy now!

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Spotify rolls out Android update

Spotify has rolled out a number of updates for their mobile app for Android. These updates include better social integration and a an improvement on the user interface, which is now faster and sleeker than previous versions of the app.

The announcement came just barely two months after Spotify rolled out a redesigned and revamped Android app. This new app became available in the Google Play Store since yesterday and is free.

The new features include a slide-out navigation, a significant upgrade in quality and the ability to check friend’s social media pages and playlist. This comes with a full support of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

According to VP for products at Spotify, “For all our Android users, this Spotify update is a huge leap forward. We’ve rebuilt it from top to bottom, making it faster, slicker and much better looking.”

Spotify announced recently that they are keeping their service for free in the US. For free users, Spotify only gives you a limited 10 hours of streaming music per month.

It is still unknown for how long will the service remain for free in the US.

Is Spotify a great way to promote camaraderie and update friends? Or do you only use it for streaming music online?

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