Spotify has launched its signature free web-based radio service for Android. The music streaming giant broke the news on Tuesday and the Android app will be available from Google's Play Store. It follows a free app for Apple's iOS system, which hit the market in June.
The new Spotify Android app will provide an experience similar to that of using Pandora Internet radio. Users will have access to all of Spotify's 16 million songs, but won't be able to choose what specific songs play when. The service will only be available to Android users within the U.S.
The Android release will also boast on big upgrade over the iOS version—a premium, ad-free version which can be purchased for $9.99 a month. The premium service will also allow users to skip as many songs as they want in a given listening session.
by RTT Staff Writer
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