by Joe White
August 7, 2012
Talk about being ahead of the game! Apple isn't expected to make iOS 6 available for another four or five weeks, but Spotify - the online music-streaming service - has just updated its universal app for iOS 6, also adding additional stations for iPad users and making a number of important bug fixes. As outlined in the app's release notes, features added in version 0.5.4 of the application include:
It's likely that most applications won't receive support for iOS 6 for another couple of weeks, perhaps not even until a final "gold master" ("GM") version of iOS 6 becomes available for registered developers. Nevertheless, iDevice owners already running iOS 6 on their iPhone or iPad will appreciate Spotify's update. Currently, Spotify for iOS is available to download in the App Store for free. Take a look at the new version now, and rock on with the music-streaming application on your iOS 6-powered iDevice!
- New: iPad users can now show more stations.
- Fixed: Login issues for users who only ever log in with Facebook.
- Fixed: Improved stability.
- Fictitious: This version is available in chocolate, strawberry or vanilla.