Both Palm Pre or Pixi handset owners are now able to download the new app from the WebOS app store immediately, an app that will allow Palm device owners the ability to enjoy the same features as they would on its iOS, Android, Symbian and Windows Phone.
A new blog post on the Spotify blog sets out the following features:
- Search, browse & play millions of tracks
- Offline playlists – listen to music with no mobile connection
- Wirelessly sync your local files to your phone
- View your friends’ top lists and see what playlists they’ve created
- Send & receive music from friends via the inbox
- Share music via Facebook, email and messaging
- Create, sync and edit playlists
- LastFM scrobbling
To enjoy the WebOS application (or on any other mobile platform), users will need a premium subscription to listen to music on their smartphone. Spotify must have rushed out this release, it hasn’t been able to update the range of devices on which the app is available.
There is no word whether this will be available on HP WebOS 2.0, we have contacted Spotify to clarify.
To download the app and to get more information, head over to Palm’s application store.