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February 19, 2013 @ 3:46 pm CST

Finally! Spotify goes Windows Phone 8

Finally, Spotify has released the music streaming service app for Windows Phone 8 users. Sure we may be a little biased around here, but we’ve been waiting for a Spotify app since we technically had one on Windows Phone 7. Now it’s available to the masses.

You can download your copy from the Windows Phone Store; announced a little while back, but if you’ve been wondering about that update now you know.

Source : Windows Blog

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