Earlier this month Microsoft revealed that they will be making a big push with the Windows Store with the release of Windows 10 S, an OS that will only run apps from that store.

As part of that, a number of developers are slowly releasing their apps onto the Windows Store, the latest of whom is Spotify, who released a Windows Store version of their app in every country where the streaming service is available.

This is particularly interesting because this release has happened ahead of the competition.

That said, Spotify hasn’t done many changes to the Windows Store release and have simply ported the existing app over to the store via Microsoft’s Centennial framework. That said, it will only be updated over the Windows Store which is a particularly big difference.

We expect that other apps like iTunes, Amazon Music and others will also be released on the Windows Store very soon.

We will update you as we hear more about that.

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