Spotify is now available on Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Samsung handsets through Symbian, it was confirmed on the Swedish startup’s blog this morning.
Today’s release means that Spotify Mobile is now available on millions more phones, such as the Nokia 6220 Classic, E71 and 5800 XpressMusic models. The application will also run on some of the more popular Sony Ericsson and Samsung smartphones, such as the Samsung GT-I8910 Omnia HD and Sony Ericsson Satio. Symbian is our third launch for Spotify Mobile, along with previously released iPhone and Android versions.
To find out if your handset is supported, go to m.spotify.com from your mobile’s browser, or enter your mobile number on the Spotify Mobile page, or check on the Spotify Symbian page. As with the Android and iPhone apps, you’ll need to become a premium member to use it, at £9.99 a month.
Spotify has, with this release, officially hit the mainstream. The majority of handsets out there use Symbian, so this presents a masive leap forward in terms of potential users, and of course, revenue.