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Spotify app launches for Symbian phones

updated 04:35 pm EST, Mon November 23, 2009

Spotify outs application for Symbian phones

Spotify on Monday launched a Symbian app for its streaming music service. Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Samsung, among others, use the Symbian operating system in the majority of their devices, potentially opening up the service to millions of new users. Spotify Mobile is already offered for the iPhone and for Android handsets.

Symbian phone owners can visit Spotify's dedicated page to check if their handsets are compatible with the new app and receive instructions on how to download Spotify Mobile for their handset. In order to access the ad-free streaming music, users need to subscribe to Spotify Premium service.

Spotify is thus far only offered in certain European countries, including the UK and Sweden. A Spotify Premium subscription costs the equivalent of $16 per month.

by MacNN Staff



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