Spotify has pushed out a new version of their Android media player app, complete with high-resolution graphics to suit large-screen devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and performance boosts that reduce time between tracks and other lag. The company now reckons the app will work on “almost any screen resolution, rotation and density, even tablet resolutions.”
Spotify for Android is a free download from the Android Market, though you’ll need a premium account with the service in order to use it. Changelist below.
- All the graphics have been re-done and are now available in high-definition.
- The overall design has been re-done.
- Support for almost any screen resolution, rotation and density, even tablet resolutions.
- On-the-fly screen rotation support, used on devices with fold-out keyboard.
- Multiple performance improvements to increase applications speed.
- Improved error messages with better descriptions.
- Improved detection of network connection and faster reconnections.
- Fixed the texts and controllers that were cropped in some places.
- Fixed the album art view which was often inconsistent with what was playing.
- Fixed when the widget was not showing the correct content.
- Fixed an issue with the application not playing the next song in certain cases.
- New devices supported: HTC Desire HD, HTC Desire Z, Huawei U8300, Motorola Cliq, Motorola Cliq XT, Motorola XT720, Samsung Galaxy 3 (Apollo), Samsung Galaxy Tab, Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro, Sony Ericsson X8 and ZTE Blade