At a Windows Phone event in New York today, Spotify announced the launch of a new Spotify application for Windows Phone 7.5 Mango. Just like the company’s mobile applications for the likes of Android and iOS devices, Spotify for Windows Phone provides premium subscribers with over 15 million songs on-demand and some awesome features.
The new application is available to download today from the Windows Phone Marketplace, and just like its counterparts it’s completely free to install. To enjoy the app on your mobile, however, you will need a Spotify Premium subscription, which costs $9.99 per month – in my opinion, it’s well worth it.
I expressed my love for Spotify when I wrote about the new Spotify application for BlackBerry devices back in October, and I maintain my belief that this service is a must-have for music lovers. For $9.99 a month you get instant access to over 15 million tracks, with no limits, and no adverts. Premium members are also promised premium quality, which means music streaming at 320 kbps.
The video above is a very brief look at Spotify on Windows Phone Mango, but if you want more, check out the hands-on video from Tom Warren over at WinRumors.
What do you think of the new Spotify application for Windows Phone Mango?