Windows Mobile Spotify app could tempt consumers to sell used phones
4 October 2010 — 7:02 PM
Owners of an outdated mobile may wish to sell their used phone and switch to a Windows Mobile handset, which will now offer an app for music streaming portal Spotify.
Chris Smith, taking a look at the technology for T3, says consumers will be able to get their hands on the latest tracks at the touch of a button now the Windows Mobile 6 app has launched.
The app has been built from the ground up and specially tailored to meet the demands of consumers with the brand's devices.
It means those with a Windows Mobile model join owners of Android, iPhone and Symbian handsets in being able to access Spotify.
Switching to one of these may be especially attractive to those who spend a lot of time travelling and would like to use a mobile to enjoy their favourite tunes.
Windows states its models offer consumers a range of benefits other than the latest music, including email, instant messaging and internet services.
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