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This article was published on August 5, 2013

Spotify for Android now supports Thai, Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish, and Malay, pointing at new country launches

Spotify for Android now supports Thai, Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish, and Malay, pointing at new country launches
Emil Protalinski
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Spotify today updated its Android app with support for four new languages. You can download the new version now directly from Google Play.

The full changelog is as follows:

  • New: Spotify now speaks Thai, Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish and Malay.
  • Fixed: Much more stable on Android 4.3.
  • Fixed: Now even kinder to your battery.

Spotify is already rolling out in Malaysia, but the other three new languages point to support for more countries. The last two fixes are also welcome improvements, especially for hardcore Android users.

See also – Spotify launches in 8 new markets, including first-time expansions into Asia and Latin America and Spotify introduces Browse to showcase the best playlists on its service

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