Spotify has finally released the lightweight version of its app. Now streamers can forget about hitting the limits. It weighs 10 MB only, compatible with older mobile devices, and is available in 36 counties. This way, users outside the USA will be able to enjoy their favorite music as well.
Basic Requirements of Spotify Lite App
To download Spotify Lite app on your phone, you need to have a Premium or a free account on this music streaming service. If you still don’t have it, you will have to create it. The procedure of registration is quick. Spotify requires at least 4.3 Android version or higher. Once you hit the data limit in the app, you will receive the notification on the phone. Besides, Spotify also offers an easy procedure for cache clearing.
New Countries, the new Spotify
Spotify Lite app is already available for 36 countries across the world. Anyone with Android system of 4.3 and higher can download the app from Google Play Store. According to the senior manager in Spotify, Kalle Persson, the new lightweight app was made for users across the world. The app allows listening to music and joining the international community. It was mentioned in the release that some areas have limited bandwidth, and not enough storage on the phone to keep the music player.
The app is available for download on the official Google Play Store for Algeria, Argentina, Bahrain, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Oman, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, Vietnam.
According to Spotify’s latest statement, in March they passed a 100 million users threshold. It is a great deal for music streaming service. In comparison, Apple Music has only 60 million.
What Does Spotify Lite Change for Us?
The appearance of a lightweight app means that Spotify is going global. Since it has big plans across the border, it will hold on to its devoted subscribers. The services continue to grow, changing and adjusting to audience requirements. Don’t you agree?