Android users will now have to download a new Spotify app if they wish to continue using the service, as the company reacts to a break-in that led to one user’s data compromised. Spotify reported on Tuesday that the company’s internal systems had been hacked. An investigation into the attack revealed that only one user’s data had been accessed, but that this did not include password or finical information. “As a precautionary measure against any potential ongoing risk, we are going to guide Android app users to upgrade over the next few days. If Spotify prompts you for an upgrade, please follow the instructions,” said Oskar Stål, Spotify’s chief technology officer in a blog post. The mandatory update applies to both free and subscription users.

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