Spotify launched for Nokia phones

Spotify, the popular music streaming service, has announced an application for Nokia Symbian devices.

The software not only runs on a host of different Nokia Symbian devices but also on the Samsung GT-I7110 , Samsung i8910 Omnia HD and Sony Ericsson Satio. Spotify is a multi-platform application which provides access to a free and legal barrage of online music. It's a streaming music player which has a similar feel to iTunes. Through it a user can get links to a large number of albums and tracks. Spotify use a peer-to-peer network along with streaming servers to provide their music.

Spotify Mobile is also available on the iPhone and Android devices.

Spotify is also available for Mac users with OS X 10.4 or later, Windows XP users or later and it can also be run using the application Wine if you have a Linux based system such as Ubuntu. For more information on Spotify please take a look at Neowin's Spotify review.

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I second what LOC said, U.S. support would be great, but it's obvious that it's not the devs, but rather copyright issues that are holding them back.

I hope they're working on or plan to start work on Spotify for Sony Ericsson handsets, including older models rather than just the current models out.

Pauleh said,
I hope they're working on or plan to start work on Spotify for Sony Ericsson handsets, including older models rather than just the current models out.

They won't. The application platform for other SE handsets is J2ME and is too hard to develop anything like this for. All current Spotify data is in OGG-Vorbis and J2ME handsets just can't play it!

The Satio and the Kurara (TBA) are S60 and can use the 'Nokia' client. The XPeria X10 is Android and can also use Spotify.