Anyone on an iOS or Android tablet or smartphone now can use the app free of charge. But there is one catch.
Spotify is setting its mobile app free.
The streaming music service said Wednesday that it would allow anyone on an iOS or Android tablet or smartphone to use its app free of charge. The new service launches Wednesday. Previously, users could only listen to Spotify’s desktop or browser-based program for free, and only premium members who paid $10 a month had access to the service through other devices.
- Wake up to Pandora and smell the free Spotify (download.cnet.com)
- Spotify Will Now Stream Free On Android Phones And Tablets (With A Couple Of Minor Stipulations) (androidpolice.com)
- Spotify Expands Free Streaming to All Devices (mashable.com)
- Spotify Offers Free Listening from Mobile Devices (phonescoop.com)
- Spotify Mobile App Service Goes Free, Service Adds Led Zeppelin Catalog (allaccess.com)
- Spotify goes free with new streaming tier on tablets, smartphones…with a caveat (9to5mac.com)
- Spotify now free on all mobile and tablet platforms (trustedreviews.com)
- Spotify’s mobile app finally goes free (news.cnet.com)
- Spotify Launches Free Streaming Service For Mobile Devices (theultralinx.com)