Windows Phone users now have access to free playlists from Spotify, following an app update released yesterday.
Free playlists were added to the Android and iOS versions of the app months ago and many Windows Phone users felt left out until now.
Similar to MixRadio for Lumia devices, free playlists on Spotify give you a range of playlists to choose from and allow you six track skips per hour.
If you want more skips or the ability to choose specific songs, you’ll need to pay €9.99 for Premium.
We’re all about bringing more music to more people. And we’re doing just that by bringing the best free music experience to Windows Phone users across the globe.
From today, Windows Phone owners can enjoy access to millions of songs across their smartphones for free. Listen to all your playlists, discover new music, or simply sit back and dig into your favourite artist’s entire back catalogue.
Updated for Windows Phone users today – Spotify’s free mobile experience lets you shuffle play:
- All of the music. Listen to all the playlists you’ve created and playlists from the people you follow. Spotify lets you discover new music, save, shuffle and share.
- Your favourite artists. Want to listen to a certain artist? Just hit shuffle play, sit back and listen to their entire catalogue. Don’t settle for something similar. Don’t settle for just one track from the artist you want to hear every 20 minutes.
- Want the right playlist? Just Browse. Going for a jog or to the gym? We’ve got the playlist to help you go the extra mile. Hosting a dinner or getting ready for a big night out? We’ve got you covered. We even have playlists for different moods, so regardless of whether you need an upbeat boost or something more relaxing to wind down to – we’ve got just the thing.
We’re also introducing a series of additional improvements throughout the app. Search results look better than ever before, and we’ve made it easier to browse the artists you love and discover related artists you might grow to love.
Spotify is available to Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 users right now, and can be downloaded in the Windows Phone Store.