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Spotify now available from Windows Store

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 20 Jun 2017 18:25 User comments (1)

Spotify now available from Windows Store Starting today, Spotify is now available as a downloadable app from the Windows Store in all 60 countries it operates in.
It is available as a downloadable app from the Windows Store for Windows 10 (Anniversary Update or later) and for Windows 10 S. Of course, Spotify has been available as a 32-bit application for Windows for some time now, but the launch of Windows 10 S makes bringing popular apps to the Windows Store more important.

Windows 10 S is a feature-limited version of the operating system designed for low-end devices, with a nod toward the education market. Users can only install apps on Windows 10 S from the Windows Store.

Spotify beat rival iTunes to the Windows Store, with the latter projected to be available frop Microsoft's store later in the year.

Earlier this week, Spotify revealed it had reached 140 million users worldwide.

You can get Spotify from the Windows Store now.

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120.6.2017 20:03

I know this isn't exactly the New York Times, but could we get a spell check at least?

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