To enhance the music experience regardless of the connectivity, data plan, and the smartphone you are using, Spotify has launched its Lite version of its popular music streaming service. Spotify Lite is available for download for Android users via Google Play Store. The popular music streaming Spotify has forayed into India early this year and had reached 1 Million users mark within a week’s time.
The company claims that the new Spotify Lite is small in size (i.e., only 10MB wherein the actual app is around 30MB on Play Store), fast and also is a simplified version of its current music streaming service. The Lite app also includes the facilities of searching and playing music of your favorite artists, albums, songs and can also be shared with others and further has its usual playlists tailored for the users. It is believed that the music streaming company has added a bunch of extra features which are said to improve the music listening experience for older devices running older operating systems as well.
According to the company, the latest Spotify Lite is built on users’ feedback globally, particularly in areas with limited bandwidth and lesser phone storage devices. For those who have already downloaded the premium version of popular Spotify app, can also download the new Spotify Lite app, provided you are on a smartphone that runs Android 4.3 or higher. The Spotify Lite, as aforementioned, comes with a bunch of features ideal for a low storage device or less bandwidth network areas. The Lite app also allows users to set data limits for streaming music, which further notifies whenever you reach the desired limit, and the app further allows to clear cache quickly with a single tap as well.
The music streaming service has confirmed that the new Spotify Lite is currently available in 36 countries worldwide including India and other parts of Asia, Latin America, Middle East, and Africa as well. Consumers in these markets can download the latest Spotify Lite app via the Google Play Store, which we recommend to try out as well. Stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.