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Spotify is Now Available on the Windows Store

Spotify recently confirmed that they’d soon bring their app to the Windows Store for all Windows 10 users to enjoy, specifically those with Windows 10 S who can only install apps through this portal. It was unknown when the app would actually go live despite being listed in the Store, but it now looks like the company has formally published the software and has made it available for free download.

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As you can see in the screenshot above, Spotify is now available through the Windows Store. Since it’s so early in its stage being present in the Store, you may have to try a couple of times to download the app as that’s what we had to do on our end. But once you do, you’ll be greeted by the same desktop interface you’re used to in the app.

You can download Spotify from the Windows Store here.


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