Hmmm, while the whole world (more or less so it seems) is looking forward to Windows Phone 7, it isn’t exactly the end of the road for Windows Mobile 6 just yet, at least according to Spotify. The company has rolled out their mobile music app for Windows Mobile 6, which means Windows Mobile users won’t be as lonely anymore and can join their iOS, Android and Symbian brethren by enjoying the Spotify service. You will be able to find similar features of previous apps such as listening to tracks, streaming via Wi-Fi or a 2.5/3G connection, gain access to playlists, and Spotify in the background among others. You can download the app here, or get it from Windows Marketplace for Mobile. Good for our friends across the pond, but what about those of us living Stateside?
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