Amazon Kindle Fire now has easy access to the Spotify for Android app

Amazon Kindle Fire now has easy access to the Spotify for Android app
Despite seeing some fierce competition from the Jelly Bean trotting Google Nexus 7 tablet, Amazon Kindle Fire owners are still seeing some love in the form of one special music-sharing app.

Previously, the only way Kindle Fire owners were able to experience the music-streaming app, Spotify, they were required to side-load it. Of course, for the average Joe, that can be one laborious and out-of-the-box process that might be foreign to them – while being complicated as well. However, that’s no longer the case as the app is freely available for download in the Amazon market store.

For those looking to take the plunge with the app, Spotify for Android features free streaming radio, high quality 320kbps streams, and social networking features. In the US, however, it requires a $9.99 subscription that provides some additional features like offline playback. Therefore, if you’re drooling over some cool music, you ought to check out the app.

Again, there’s no side-loading with this one any more, since it’s available for free through the Amazon App Store – so yeah, it’ll be one streamlined process to download for most tablet owners.

source: Amazon via
Android Authority

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  • Display 7.0 inches 600 x 1024 pixels
  • Hardware TI OMAP4 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage 8GB,
  • OS Android 2.3


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