After entertaining numerous people around the globe, a certain popular music streaming service has now broadened its reach with the introduction of the Spotify for Kindle Fire app. This application has already been released on Android and iOS platforms and its web version is also available.
The Kindle Fire edition of Spotify boasts of offering access to over a million songs. Its Facebook integration allows users to share their music preferences with friends over the networking website. They also have the option to send their music to other services like Last.fm and the aforementioned social network.
Considering that it’s a music streaming service we are talking about, it naturally allows its subscribers to create playlists and synchronize them across various platforms. The app claims to allow users to play, discover and share music, while its Premium members can listen to their favorite tracks, even without having to connect their Kindle tablet to the internet.
Furthermore, Premium subscribers can take advantage of the service on multiple supported platforms. And in order to acquire premium membership, they are required to shell out $9.99 a month. Before deciding to sign up for this service, prospective users can test the application for 48 hours with a free trial. This can be done by logging into Spotify using a Facebook account, through the handheld device. The free trial can also be extended for a period of 30 days.
The Spotify for Kindle Fire app is available through the Amazon Appstore, free of charge. It is compatible with devices running Android 2.1 or later.