Windows Mobile fans finally have something to pump up their confidence and loyalty for Windows based phones. Spotify has been successfully launched for Windows Mobile 6.x and higher. Finally Windows based mobile phones will be able to stream music just like most other platforms have been enjoying for months. To add juice to this, Spotify will soon be available for Windows Phone 7 based mobile phones. Looks like Windows Phone 7 based smartphones finally have something that can help them stay away from its slow enduring death.
With the availability of Spotify in Windows based phones users will now be able to stream over millions of tracks and browse through all of them from the comfort of their age old smartphones. The streaming will be possible over 3G, WiFi, and 2.5G based networks. Users will also be able to play music while the phone is in offline mode henceforth making Windows phones suddenly alot more attractive.
Users will also be able to sync their music database on their smartphones with that of their local machines thus helping their desktops stay updated as per their choices. And, all this can be done wirelessly.
[via Spotify Blog]