Spotify Lite for better storage
Spotify has officially made a release of their application for Android OS on 36 countries. Spotify Lite is made for the sake of those who has limited access on storage in their phone. The app was built from a lot of feedback from people around the world, especially on the rural areas, where they only have limited bandwidth range and phone storage.
Spotify Lite: Now more enjoyable
The app will only ‘eat’ 10 MB of your phone memory with the ability to analyze your data limit, so once you go over the limit you will receive a notification. Kaile Persson, the Product Manager of Spotify is hoping to find the users of the app to have more enjoyable moments on listening to music through this light-weighted app.
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Spotify Lite will only operate if the user at east has upgraded their phone to Jelly bean 4.3 version of the system. It will be open to those who aren’t subscribing to Spotify and those who are already a premium member. Since this is a lite version, the company stated that videos and album covers on the track will cease to exist for the sake of minimizing the data consuming. Although it seems Spotify Lite won’t make its appearance on iOS, the reason was because many of Spotify users came from Android users.
Spotify Lite in India
Before, Spotify Lite was released in India for its beta appearance on last June. They said they want to focus more on the developing countries and elder users. This lite version of Spotify is becoming a way to reach easier for the people in India, similar to how Google provides lite application in their Go series. Even social media won’t lose for having a lite version of their app, so there are more people can reach out in using the application. Spotify claimed that they have reached 217 millions of users with 100 millions of them are regulars and premium members.