Spotify Releases Official iPad App Now Available For Download
At last all those music fans are happy with this news that the most popular music streaming service has finally launched a native Spotify app for Apple’s iPad tablet. Competing with the rivals Rdio, Mog and Deezer the service has now has an iPad app. Spotify music service can now be treated through the App Store with the officially free-of-charge application on their 2nd-3rd iPad. After waiting to get it for a long time in pushing out the iPad version, Spotify has made a big delay, but after completing the signing with a branding pertnership with Coca-Cola, the update has finally came true and the Spotify app is now made its global launch.
I am not an iPad user, but my friend got his iPad 2 and he is the one who loves music so he already signed in for subscription and became existed user of Spotify app. The iPad app is a free to download, but like other company’s existing mobile apps, requires a premium subcription to use. While theing iPhone app has been also been updated to universally support the iPad, means that it willbe available in a single download for all iOS devices and here’s the good news and that’s its still free to get downloaded.
Apart this all those Spotify’s existing customers, members now need to sign-up to a pro account to be able to make consistent use of the mobile service. The app also supports Apple’s AirPlay technology to stream audio wirelessly to compatible hi-fis, however after downloading, they were given a 48-hours trail period to run the app through its stage.
You would like to know about AirPlay, its a part of its high end technology compatible with its graphics which includes album artwork and optimized for the new iPad’s Retina display and lastly its technology to stream music through WiFi.
So, why this launch of the iPad version of Spotify app made lengthy to push this for public? When you see the new version app’s splash and login screen features which integrated with an awesome vivid Spotify logo scrolling wall of album covers transitionin in and out of view in the background. After logging in, the interface is crammed with information and various options built, but manages to remain usable and the major sections been listed in a side bar docked on the left hand side.
The major part is to be revealed and that the Spotify provided The Guardian with a TestFight build of the app on Monday. beautiful design inspiration is Twitter’s iPad app, with a navigation bar on the left, and a main window panel along with additional panes swiping in from the right. Now this app can be used in potrait or landscape mode, which focuses on search, playlists, people, inbox and a central What’s New page.
This app’s seamless integration done with built-in playlists which also embedded within the app that would you expect along with a playback media bar is not a million miles away from the Apple’s own iPad offering on the native music app. The allter highlights recommended albums, trending playlists and tracks from friends, new album releases and trends from the music near your current location playing audio at center stage built around a Cover Flow-type interface, which Spotify iPad app lies in the What’s New section.
Finally we came to the last stage, a streaming music iPad app makes some sense to us as a remote control for best music than a standalone experience which does require an AirPlay-compatible hi-fi or speakers with bass and amplifier for now. The playing tracks or playlists can be viewed in full-screen, with links for users to share them on Facebook, Twitter or tracks can be emailed and the music can be send to compatible media devices using Apple’s AirPlay service.
What do you think about the long-awaited to hit the iPad, Finally Spotify iPad app can make its way to delivers better with its Retina-ready user interface with seamless music playback? While Spotify iPhone app may continue to be the best way to listen music in my living room. Enjoy in iPad now!
Download Spotify for iPad [iTunes Link]