A Windows 10 app for Spotify is coming soon to Windows 10 phones, but we haven’t had a chance to try it yet.
The app was originally released on iOS and Android in March, and it has been ported to the new Windows 10 mobile operating system.
Spotify has also announced plans to launch its own app for the new operating system in the coming weeks.
Spotify’s Windows 10 Android app was announced at Build 2017, but it hasn’t been updated in quite some time.
The Spotify Windows 10 phone app is a Windows 10-only version of the app that has been removed from the Windows 10 store.
Spotify users will still be able to download the app from the company’s own Windows Store, however.
The Windows 10 apps for Spotify and its iOS app were updated for the Mobile Preview Build, which will be available on September 15, 2017.
We’re not quite sure how long it will take Spotify to bring the Spotify Windows Phone app to Windows Phone 8.1.
The original Spotify app is available on Windows 10 devices.
Spotify says that the app will launch with support for Windows Hello in October.
The update for the Windows Phone version of Spotify will come in October as well, though we’ve not yet been able to test it.
Spotify recently announced that it is working on an Android app for users who want to use the Spotify Music app on their Windows 10 device.
Spotify is also working on a Spotify Android app.
Both Spotify and Spotify Music will be coming to the Android version of Windows 10.
Spotify Music for Windows will have the same feature set as the Spotify iOS app.
Spotify announced in October that it will bring its Spotify app to the Windows Store for the first time.
Spotify Mobile is still on hold as it is awaiting the availability of a Windows Universal app.
However, Spotify is working to bring its iOS and Windows apps to the Universal Store.
Spotify will release its own version of its iOS application for Windows Phone this fall.
Spotify plans to bring Spotify Music to Windows devices in the future.