Windows 8, 10 Spotify Client Spotlite Receives Improvements
Alas, we’re still waiting for the official Spotify app to make its way in the Windows Store for Windows 8 users. Until then we will have to resort to third-party apps such as Spotlite. We have covered a previous update and now the developer has released yet another one.
If you are looking for a reliable Spotify app to install on your Windows 8 tablet, then Spotlite could be your choice (download link at the end). We have covered the previous updated where the developer has fixed the issues that were affecting playlists containing local tracks. Now, according to the release note from the Windows Store, Login issues have been resolved. According to the team behind Spotlite, they have started on 1/7/2014.
Spotify for Windows 8 updated
Let Spotify bring you the right music for every mood and moment. The perfect songs for your workout, your night in, or your journey to work. Get Spotlite for free! Spotlite allows Spotify Premium and Unlimited users to listen to Spotify Music Service. Spotlite is not the official offering from Spotify but a third party client created by a Spotify fan for Spotify users using Windows 8 or 8.1
As for the official Spotify client for Windows 8, don’t worry, we will be here to report about it, so stay subscribed so you won’t miss the news. Supported processors for the Spotlite app are x86, x64, ARM, which means it will work on touch and desktop Windows 8 machines, as well as Windows RT, who still has a Surface nearby. Head to the Windows Store by following the link and get the app on your Windows 8 tablet.
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