Spotify: Now Available for iPad

Spotify has finally come to iPad. If you are an iPad and Spotify premium user which is $9.99 monthly, download this application without doubling your mind. Downloading Spotify for your iPad will let you experience the wonderful Retina display of iPad, real estate in mobile as well as its super smooth swiping. If you haven’t got the Spotify yet, but do have an iPad, you absolutely should sign up for a free trial of this application which will run for 30 days and enjoy the editor’s choice pick.


For the first timers, this app serves online music. This allows you to play over 15 million tracks of songs coming from the mainstream library. You can also share music. It has a desktop version that lets you add files that are locally- stored. However, these local files are not accessible to any mobile apps of Spotify. This app which is now available for iPad allows you to stream music for free but with lots of ads, but for just $9.99 monthly, these ads will be removed. Having this app in your iPad is really worth it.


iPad Spotify have the color scheme of green and black for the phone and desktop clients. The graphics, specifically the covers of albums are so vivid that they almost pop. The movements are involved with more swiping horizontally and flipping, instead of scrolling down and tapping. What’s nice here is that all your panels that are open on the screen are viewable and accessible. And even better is that, if you log in through your Facebook account, you may send messages by using the Spotify Inbox and recommend music.

In iOS Spotify app, its version in iPad has a built-in Airplay which lets you play your contents in Spotify on the speakers that are AirPlay-ready, wirelessly.

On the other hand, this real good app has its biggest disappointment is that it does not hold the new application ecosystem of Spotify; this is considered the feature which kills the good reviews of desktop service. Making up for this, iPad Spotify had placed lots of emphasis on its personal engine for music recommendation.

To end this, Spotify is an absurd service for music streaming. Spotify which is already available for iPad is an eye-catching and ear-cathing way of enjoying the Spotify app; on the other hand, lacks spontaneity and flexibility of the desktop service.


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