Spotify, who recently made their Android app a bit more appealing by enabling unlimited ad-supported music streaming without the need for a subscription, has finally launched an app tailored to one of the most Android-based tablets on the market. A Kindle Fire version of the app recently made its way to the Amazon App Store, bringing the popular streaming service to the 7-inch slate. Without a $9.99 subscription you will have to settle for a Pandora-esque radio feature, but paying the monthly fee will give owners of Amazon’s tablet the same exact access to Spotify’s robust music catalog and plenty of other bells and whistles. The actual app download is free and can be found over at Amazon now.
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