mySpot Updated to v0.85b
mySpot is an app developed by FryWalker (creator of the myPlayer app for VOD services) that allows you to access the Spotify music streaming service through your Windows Phone. It features a finger friendly interface and completely integrates the search and playlist functions available on the original website.
The new update brings better support for album artwork and completely revised streaming code, with stability throughout the app increased substantially. The application should work with any media player, CorePlayer v1.3.6+ and, as a free alternative, GSPlayer are both recommended by the developer, and with QVGA, VGA and WVGA resolutions. However, it is currently required that you own a Premium Spotify membership for the app to do its job.
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