Major software developers out there are more likely to be eying Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform seeing that it's a refreshing reboot to their aging mobile platform found with Windows Mobile. Not everyone though is dropping their tools in their tracks just because a newer platform is on the horizon, but some are still intent on developing quality applications for Windows Mobile right now seeing that it still hosts a sizable audience. Swedish developers of Spotify
, the popular music streaming service in Europe, plans to release an app for Windows Mobile some time next month. For those who aren't too informed about it, Spotify essentially allows users to stream music thanks to its peer-to-peer model – much like the foundations seen with something like Limewire. One of the sweet features that Windows Mobile users can expect with the app is its ability to save offline audio files to the phone or storage card. So if the other available streaming music apps aren't to your liking, you can check out Spotify when its released as an alternative choice.