A new update for music-streaming service Spotify’s Windows Phone 8 app has been released today, finally bringing the app out of the beta testing phase and bringing with it a host of new features.
Version 2.0.4933.0 is now available to download from the Windows Phone Store, which adds a number of new language options to the app, as well as track playback scrubbing and improvements to offline playlist functionality, making building your library of offline tracks on the phone easier.
Tracks can be starred directly in app now, as well as streaming over 2.5G and 3G services, with the app sharing a similar visual style to the whole Windows Phone 8 operating system.
Though the app is free, a premium account with Spotify is needed to access the library of tracks, costing £9.99 a month. A 48 free trial is also offered however, giving you a taste of what the superb service offers.