Spotify Updates Its Android App – Sharing With NFC is Now Possible

The publisher Spotify has deployed an update to its mobile app for Android users.

Application streaming music Spotify now in version on Android devices and provides, among others, support for NFC smartphones equipped with at least Android 4.0. The user will be able to share a song or an album with another phone via Ice Cream Sandwich Android Beam functionality by matching the two devices.

This new version also takes advantage of the programming interfaces for embedded equalizer within Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean. Listening in offline mode has been improved with the addition of a bar to better understand the connection status. Finally, several bugs have been fixed. Recall that the mobile application should be coupled with a premium subscription charged € 9.99 per month. To download latest version of Spotify on your Android device visit this link.

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