Spotify for Windows Phone 8 finally drops out of beta as a new update rolls out

A tweet earlier today by Joe Belfiore, Windows Phone's head guy, teased an update of the acclaimed music-streaming app Spotify.

Meaning business, the app finally dropped the beta tag and now offers support for more languages, promises improvements to the offline playlist listening experience and now touts track scrubbing for those times when your only wish is to replay that one part of a song over and over.

The update will certainly appease many, although we're already seeing a growing discontent among some due to leftover bugs, and rightly so – Windows Phone users were largely left out in the cold, while their iOS- and Android-touting friends received a much more consistent and timely support both in terms of features and updates.

source: WPCentral


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