After spending several months in beta it would appear as though BlackBerry's Spotify app is now officially ready for public consumption, download at will
The official Spotify for BlackBerry app has become available on Spotify's website letting you download the full version after spending several months as a beta version.
Compatible with the latest BlackBerry handsets such as the BlackBerry Bold 9900 (opens in new tab) it contains all the same great features that you'll find on the other mobile versions of Spotify there's Offline Playlists, the ability to create and sync playlists and of course the huge online library of songs which can be played at will.
Of course you'll need a Spotify Premium Account which costs £9.99 per month but with that you'll get completely free access to all of Spotify's music and all the benefits that come with using it online.
This will come as a welcome relief to Blackberry users who have been suffering at the hand of technical issues the last few weeks, however welcome news did come in the form of BlackBerry's own DevCon where it was announced that a brand-new OS was arriving called BBX (opens in new tab), essentially a hybrid of QNX and BB OS.
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Source: Spotify (opens in new tab)