Roku has today announced that Spotify will be once again available on Roku players and TVs running Roku OS 8.2 or higher. With access to the service beginning today and support rolling out to all support devices by the end of 2018.
Daniel Gould on the Roku Blog explains : “Spotify is back! Today, the world’s most popular music streaming service makes its highly anticipated return to Roku players and Roku TVs. Starting today, you can search for albums and playlists to listen to or browse music recommendations from Spotify directly on your Roku device.”
“For those of you who are unfamiliar, Spotify lets you discover, manage and share over 40M songs for free. You can choose to upgrade to Spotify Premium for access to exclusive features like improved sound quality and ad-free listening. Users will be able to launch Spotify and navigate the channel using a Roku remote, or via Spotify Connect, which controls the Roku channel using a laptop, tablet or mobile phone. And if you’re a Roku TV owner, our new Roku TV Wireless Speakers make the perfect companion to Spotify to deliver powerful, premium audio.”
Jump over to the official Roku blog via the link below for more details.
Source: RokuFiled Under: Technology News, Top News