Spotify is all about audio, but soon ads on the streaming service won't be.
Spotify's Chromecast-like multi-room listening feature is coming to Philips' smart TVs, and more Spotify Connect announcements are scheduled for next week's IFA trade show.
You no longer need a premium subscription to use Spotify on Windows Phone. The free, ad-supported version lands on Microsoft's smartphone platform.
If you own Samsung Shape wireless speakers, you'll be able to control them easily right from the Spotify app.
Android users still have to download an update as a "precautionary measure."
The latest update to the popular app from Algoriddim gives users access to more than 20 million tracks of streaming music, giving experienced DJs a deeper well of music to play, and helping add polish to amateurs.
Out of the three major smartphone platforms, only Windows Phone users must pay simply to access the Spotify app. Spotify says that will change, however.
The "Boost Your Run" site pairs Spotify playlists and Runkeeper routes with ease.
After coming to the web, desktop, and iOS earlier in April, Spotify's refresh comes to Android.
The router costs from $30 and will start shipping in July, if the project succeeds