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Spotify Mobile Now on Palm

Palm has announced that Spotify Mobile is now available for Palm webOS powered phones, in the UK, Spain and France.

Owners of the Palm Pre and Palm Pixi can head off to the Palm App Catalog and download the free application that will give them access to Spotify Premium – though a subscription to this cost £9.99 a month.

As ever, Spotify will stream music to the phones over Wi-Fi, 3G or even an EDGE connection and playlists can be stored locally on the phone so that they can be played offline.

“We’re focused on bringing the best applications to our customers,” said Joe Hayashi, vice president of Platform and Tools at Palm, or rather, HP, in a statement. “webOS is all about helping our customers stay connected, which makes Spotify Mobile a great fit. It lets you stay connected to more than 10 million songs.”

It’s certainly a good news story for Palm fans, and dials the appeal of the forthcoming Palm Pre 2 by exactly one notch.

DrDark

October 29, 2010, 4:12 pm

Let's hope the Pre2 is released on a reasonable tariff on more than one network then...

Ryan131

October 29, 2010, 5:27 pm

You still haven't mentioned that you can get Spotify for Windows Mobile now. Yes that's right, folks: NOT Windows Phone 7.

DrDark

October 29, 2010, 9:11 pm

They haven't? Tsk, tsk...

mr_intelfanboi

October 30, 2010, 4:14 am

When will we get Spotify for blackberry? :( their forums seem to have been dry for a while about it.

MarioM

November 1, 2010, 3:52 am

Spotify for Windows Mobile - I installed it instantly and have been using it, yes NOT on Windows Phone 7. This is a *good* thing - there are loads of WM6 phones out there.

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