Heads up Spotify users on Android! If you’ve got an NFC enabled Android handset running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, you might want to update your Spotify app as the program has recently been updated and now features support for NFC. Basically what this NFC feature does in the Spotify app is that it allows two Android phones with the app and NFC to share tracks/albums with each other. So if you’ve got a song or album you’d like your friend to check out, you can just tap your phone with his/hers and the track/album will be shared pretty much straightaway! Pretty handy, huh? The update to Spotify for Android not only introduces NFC sharing, but also Audio Effects, which as the name implies, will change the way the music is being played, such as boosting its bass while giving you five channels to fiddle with – basically the much awaited EQ feature. If you have yet to update Spotify, head on over to Google Play for the download.
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