The company has now released the Spotify Android app to the Google Play Store, allowing users to access its music service from their Android smartphones.
The Android app allows users to play their Spotify-owned music from a variety of devices.
It has also integrated Spotify’s own mobile application into the app, allowing it to automatically connect users to the music service in real-time.
This has allowed users to directly control their Spotify music subscriptions, which is currently available only on the Apple iOS platform.
Users can now access Spotify from their Google Play smartphone and stream from Spotify’s website.
It also provides users with access to other Spotify-based music services such as iHeartRadio and Pandora.
The Spotify app for Android can be downloaded from the Play Store for free.
The Spotify app is available for Android phones running Android 4.4 KitKat (Jelly Bean) or higher.
Spotify also offers an iOS version, which allows users who have the Spotify app installed on their devices to access Spotify via their Apple iOS devices.
Users will be able to access the Spotify music service on Android phones using Spotify’s Android-only client app, the Spotify Music Manager app, which can be found on the Play store.
Spotify will also be offering an app on Android smartphones for controlling the Spotify service on the iOS platform, which will be called Spotify Music Control.
Users must have Spotify installed on at least one Android smartphone in order to control Spotify on their Android device, as Spotify has no iOS client app available for users to use on their iOS devices, according to Spotify.
However, users who already have Spotify on both Android and iOS devices can still access Spotify on either platform.
Spotify is also adding an Android app for controlling Spotify on the iPhone and iPad, but this is currently not available.