Spotify have announced that their amazing music streaming software is now available as an App for the iPad.
The graphics on the iPad 3 are incredible, and this makes Album Art a joy to view. CD Covers are becoming more and more creative, and now on your tablet they can look absolutely incredible.
The Spotify interface that you are used to will continue to be used in the App. This means it is easy as ever to search for new music, or those tunes you used to love when you were a kid.
The swiping ability of the iPad makes it even easier to scroll through Spotify in a layer based format. This makes navigation even easier, and more fun.
You can go full screen and link in with AirPlay to get the Spotify system out and ready to boom some bass. A party is no problem with your iPad, and some decent speakers.
Of course, a lot of 2.1 Sound Systems plug in via the headphone jack in a computer or laptop. The iPad has one of these jacks so you can plug in your best speakers. Personally, I will be using my Harman Kardon Soundsticks III, as they sound amazing!
Spotify posted a video on YouTube releasing some of the features on 2nd May. Below is that video. It has already received over 132,000 views on YouTube in just a week, showing that Spotify is still going strong, and will now grow stronger as the tablet market grows bigger and bigger.
One thing I am not sure of yet, is offline music. This is vital for me, because I have a limit on my internet when I use it at home. At the office, things are great, but at home, this limit is an issue. This means Offline music allows me to save the music I want, and then listen to it without using up any internet bandwidth. Of course, you need Spotify Premium to do this. My issue is I do not know yet if the iPad version has offline storage for music, but as soon as I know, this article will be updated. If you know the answer before me, the comments section is below!