At long last, Spotify has announced that the final and finished version of the Spotify app for Android is out, bringing a new redesigned ICS Holo-themed UI, and can be downloaded from Google’s Play Store.
Along with the newly designed UI, the app brings a lot more cool features:
- Artist imagery in high-resolution
- Related artist view
- ‘Extreme’ sound quality setting for 320 kbps listening
- Play queue
- Last.fm scrobbling
- Crossfade/gapless playback settings
- Widget – control Spotify from the home screen
- Folder support
However, to use the Spotify service on Android, you’ll have to pay for a premium subscription after a free one month trial as there is no free ad-supported option like the one available for desktop Spotify users. The premium subscription will set you back $10/€10/£10 each month if you want to enjoy the Spotify services on your Android device.
Head to the Play Store here (or on your device) and download the updated Spotify app to start streaming music on the go. The rollout of the update is gradual, so you might not see the updated version, in which case just check back for it later on. Let us know how it works for you, in the comments below.