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Spotify is now coming on PlayStation devices

29 Jan 2015

Spotify will now be available for music lovers that own PlayStation devices. 

Spotify is of course the most popular music streaming app in the world. This will be the first time that Spotify will be available to use on any gaming console. 

Spotify will become available later this year for various PlayStation devices such as the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Xperia smartphones and tablets will also be getting it too. 

Sony is rebranding the PlayStation Network for it to become a more "all-in-one" entertainment service. There will be PlayStation Video as well as PlayStation Music. The partnership with Spotify has been done to promote PlayStation Music's launch later this year. 

You can expect to see Spotify come on PlayStation and Xperia devices in Autumn 2015

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