New screenshots leaks for the upcoming Spotify app for Xbox One

Is Spotify finally coming to Xbox One?
After years of PlayStation exclusivity, looks like Spotify is finally headed to Xbox One
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08 Agosto, 2017

At the 9th minute of This Week on Xbox, we can see at the bottom of Major Nelson's dashboard "Spotify Music for Xbox One". It's very reminiscent of Windows 10's block-like design, and is said to "evolve" over time.

In the above video, watch as Microsoft execs Larry Hryb and Mike Ybarra explore the latest changes in detail.

Fluent means that almost everything has changed.

Another area where the Xbox team has been receiving a lot of feedback was customization. Now you'll be able to stream your favorite Taylor Swift songs in your living room, through those sweet television speakers. The new guide layout quickly gets you to the things you care about, so you never miss a moment. This saves you from having to fully exit your game just to access basic system and social functions.

Windows 10 is also getting in on the 'Fluent Design' action. That's cool, but I'm digging the new white color scheme.

Macquarie Capital Securities analyst, Damian Thong, had previously told The Wall Street Journal that Sony's successor to the PS4 could be released during the second half of next year.

It should all be wrapped by the end of 2017, leaving the way clear for the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro in 2018. Suggestions are included there as well - smart for Microsoft.

That's right, the Xbox One dashboard is changing again.

Are you lucky enough to be part of the Alpha Ring?

The official release date for the Xbox One Spotify application still remains unclear - however, Xbox will allegedly allow its users to listen to Daily Mixes and the users Discovery Weekly playlists.

The final release will likely be much further off, with only a Fall release date being given.

Of course, this is all speculation at this point based on a single image, but many users have long asked for Spotify to bring their service to the Xbox One console. Microsoft is also trying to make things more readable, such as allowing users the option to expand the comment window to full screen.


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