Spotify to begin rolling out web browser music app today

Music streaming service Spotify plans to begin rolling out its much rumoured and much requested browser-based music player today according to sources close to the company.

The Verge reports that the web player looks similar to the Mac and Windows apps but only includes basic features: search, playlists editing, Radio, and the "What's New" section. Spotify web will be free to use like its desktop counterparts but will of course include banner and audio ads which can be removed with the purchase of Spotify Unlimited or Spotify Premium, the latter which also gives users access via mobile devices.

This will of course come as great news for those who prefer web apps or those who simply can't download due to computer restrictions.

Source: The Verge

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