New Spotify 1.2.0 For iOS Lets You Sync All Your Music For Offline Listening

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New version of Spotify ? the 1.2.0 for iOS – will bring your music, even if you’re offline.

Yes! You read it right! Spotify has recently unveiled the new version of its app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod, which will let you take your music, even if you?re offline.

This great feature, available for the premium subscribers of the Spotify only, which means, those who are in the free version cannot avail of the said feature.

The new version 1.2.0 will bring users the following benefits:

? New: Want to sync all Your Music for offline listening? Just go to the Songs tab. (Premium only)
? Fixed: More bugs asked to leave.
? Fictitious: This app was first discovered in 1806 by Sir Alfred J. Oxley.

In order to enable the feature, just go the Songs tab and choose the ?Available Offline? button on. Once you have the updated version, you can download as many as 3,333 songs per device and you can listen to it offline for up to 30 days.

The latest version of the Spotify app is compatible with the iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch iOS 8.0 and above.

Spotify, a commercial music streaming service, was developed in 2006 by a team at Spotify AB, in Stockholm, Sweden and was finally launched in October 2008.

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?Spotify gives you millions of songs at your fingertips. The artists you love, the latest hits, and new discoveries just for you. Hit play to stream anything you like,? the official website of Spotify wrote.

It provides content from record labels such as Sony, EMI, Warner Music Group and Universal which can be browsed by artist, album, genre, playlist, or record label itself.

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Spotify, which has over 10 million users, including the 2.5 million users with paid subscriptions is available for iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Boxee, Linux, MeeGo, Microsoft Windows desktop, Openpandora, OS X, Roku, S60 (Symbian), Samsung Smart TV, Sonos, Squeezebox, Telia Digital-tv, TiVo, WD TV, webOS, Windows Mobile, and Windows Phone.

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