Free app but £10-a-month premium subscription needed
by on September 6, 2010
Spotify seems to be taking over the world, but it’s not doing it for nothing – you’ll need a £10-a-month Spotify Premium account to use this app despite the app itself being free (that’s the same as Spotify apps on other platforms).
Spotify is a fantastic app though and, like the versions on other platforms, it really works well. The other great bonus of Spotify on mobile is that you can access music over 3G or even over slower connections – the quality simply adjusts.
Cleverly, you can also use Spotify when you don’t have a data connection at all – simply mark some playlists as offline playlists and they’ll be downloaded to your phone when you’re connected via Wi-Fi. Providing you go online again within 30 days these will stay downloaded on your phone.
The way playlists work is also very clever – you can add a track to a playlist and it will instantly appear on your Spotify playlist on your PC or Mac, too. While Spotify for Nokia doesn’t deviate from the template already established on other platforms, the fact remains – they are fantastic mobile apps and the Nokia version is light years ahead of many other apps on the Ovi Store.
Download here: Spotify for Symbian
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