Spotify on the iPad

by Norm Gregory on May 2, 2012

in iPad, Spotify

No brainer: Get the new iPad Spotify app.

If the iPhone version is on your iPad . . just go to Apps / Updates . . and it will install the iPad version. Go to Settings and adjust the “Gapless” play. No more dead air between tracks.

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