The steady rising Swedish stream-on-demand music service Spotify is now available on both Android and the iPhone. A client for Symbian phones is luckily on the way as well. The software is currently only for premium (£9.99/month) members, and one of the best features is that you can download songs and play them even when you’re offline. You can get the client from the Android Market, and to download the iPhone version you of course visit the App Store. Here’s a video of Spotify in action on Android.
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