After years of requests from fans, Xbox One is finally getting a Spotify app, which has now been confirmed by Microsoft. Major Nelson revealed the app on his YouTube channel, which showed a sneak peek at the Spotify app running in the Xbox One’s background, which shows that the app will work whilst you are playing games.
Check out the video below to get a glimpse at the app, which was spotted by Reddit members earlier. It is only very brief, but keep an eye out when you get to around the 9 minute mark.
It was confirmed yesterday through various reports that Microsoft was in the process of internally testing Spotify on Xbox One. Also, Spotify recently appeared in the Windows Store for Windows 10 as a desktop version, as opposed to a Universal Windows App for Xbox One. The app is arriving over two years after it launched on Sony consoles, so naturally Xbox fans have been expecting it for a while. They shouldn’t have to wait much longer, with the app set be made available on the Microsoft home console sometime soon. The Spotify app on Xbox One isn’t likely to be a Universal Windows app, but this won’t deny fans access to the popular streaming service.
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