Spotify has announced, as reported by The Verge, that it will release a major update on the Android version of the app. Many consumers are hoping that this will finally include support for phones that hold Android 4.0. On the other hand, nobody knows for sure what this big update will be. The assumption is that this new version will address all common complaints users are shelling out at the Android version of the app.
Spotify is the best music streaming service online that can run in all platforms. The software allows music lovers to listen to their favorite songs wherever they are, even on the road. However, the experience is not worthwhile for Android phone users, as Spotify continues to have problems with the Android version of this app.
The last update for the Android Spotify was November of 2011, and the instability of this version is dissatisfying customers as they rant about it in support forums online. Most of the problems they complain about include wrong syncing in the playlist, a user interface that is outdated, among others.
Another concern is the fact that this Spotify version doesn’t run on devices supporting Android 4.0, causing glitches and bugs and expecting the app to crash ever so often.
Spotify will have to step its game up if it is to still remain on top and beyond emerging new music streaming applications such as Rdio, MOG and Songza.