Apple’s iTunes store is finally available on Android phones, and Spotify is also finally getting its own app on Android.
The latter two apps are the first of many that Apple is working on to bring Spotify to the Android platform.
While Apple isn’t making it available to users directly, Spotify is working with Google to bring its streaming music service to the platform.
As you might expect, the app is a little more than a glorified music player.
The app has a few additional features that are exclusive to Spotify, like the ability to search for a song or artist from the artist’s Wikipedia page, and the ability for the app to automatically mark tracks as played when you enter a playlist.
There are also some nifty features that make it a little easier to share a playlist with friends.
The only downside is that it is not the only app that can sync Spotify songs with your Google account, though.
Spotify is a free app, so you can use the Google Play Music app for music on your Android phone.
If you want to add a Spotify-like app to your Android device, you will need to first install the Spotify client on your device.
After that, you can tap the Play Store icon to open up the app and select the “Add to Android” button to add the Spotify app to the list.
Then, you should be good to go.