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article imageSpotify launches iPhone app, brings music streaming to the iPhone

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By Brenton Currie
Jul 28, 2009 in Technology
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Spotify has announced it has submitted an app to Apple for the iPhone app store which will allow users to stream music from the service onto their iPhones.
The app, which will only be available initially in the Europe iTunes store, will for the first time bring music streaming to the iPhone if it is allowed through Apple's somewhat controversial app submission process.
Spotify has over 6 million songs available for streaming, and its believed the iPhone app will let you save these songs for offline use so you can listen to them anytime you want.
There's a catch though - the app itself will be free, but to actually use it you will require a premium subscription which costs roughly $16.50USD per month.
It's hard to see Apple letting the app onto the App Store, especially on top of today's news that it is removing all Google Voice apps and has even denied Google the chance to build its own.
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