Spotify’s Unlimited Free Radio Service Finally Hits Android

After launching on iOS over a month ago, Spotify has finally brought its free radio service to Android. The service, which allows you to listen to unlimited Spotify-generated radio stations, is currently only available to U.S. users and includes ad breaks, just like you would experience on the desktop. If you’re not a fan of ads, you can always go premium, otherwise, you’ll just have to deal with them, as well as the many features of this free service:

  • Play everywhere – Tap into millions of songs wherever. Just like the desktop, mobile radio has the entire Spotify catalog to choose from.
  • Just create stations – Create stations based on any artist, album or playlist, and Spotify brings users one great song after another. They can skip a song if they don’t like it.
  • Save the songs you love – When a user likes a song, they can give it a thumbs up and it’ll be saved to a “Liked from Radio” playlist on their desktop, so they can listen whenever they’d like.
  • Make it more personal – Every time a song is given a thumbs up (or down), Spotify learns. Its radio gets better the more a user listens.

The new updated version of Spotify is now available for download in Google Play and is absolutely free. If you’re interested, go ahead and follow the link below. Cheers!