Spotify rolls out mobile radio for Android


A little over a month after Spotify enabled mobile radio on iOS, the same functionality has finally landed on Android as promised. From today, you can now enjoy Spotify radio directly from your Android device, a feature that lets you create radio stations based on any artist, album or playlist. If you like a song, you can save it to your Spotify playlists, with an unlimited number of stations and songs. You can also store the songs you like by giving it a ‘thumbs up’, saving it to a ‘Liked from Radio’ playlist. Read the full story at The Next Web.

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