Windows Phone app highlight, Spotify Beta, open a world of music on your Windows Phone

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Windows Phone app highlight, Spotify Beta, open a world of music on your Windows Phone OnMSFT.com February 9, 2013

Musicphiles rejoice! The Spotify app for Windows 8 phones announced back in November is finally available in beta in the Windows Phone Store. Instantly giving you access to millions of tracks, and allowing you to discover new songs, and new artists. Create your own playlists, and enjoy them with or without an internet connection.

If you have a free Spotify account you can try the premium version of the app for 48 hours by simply logging in with your free Spotify account details. If you don’t have Spotify account, you can register for one on the Spotify website. Premium users can simply log in to their accounts and enjoy their current playlists. When the 48 hour trial ends you can opt for a 30-day free trial by following the instructions in the e-mail you received when you first logged in.

So, there you have it, Spotify Beta, a new music application for your Windows Phone, check it out!

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