Spotify for Android Upgraded with NFC Feature
Spotify for Android is recently upgraded with new feature. For those of you who currently own an Android device with NFC, you should appreciate this update since Spotify now support for such function! Off course aside from carry on the NFC facility, your handset must already run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to take advantage from Spotify’s latest feature. For those of you who are asking, the NFC menu is currently located on the Settings section, right under Audio Effect.
Unfortunately, there is still no official explanation whether this new feature will become available for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or not. Guess that we have to wait for couple of hours to find it out.
With the NFC feature. Spotify users will be able to share their music or tunes collection with other handset that currently packed with similar app. But i still have no idea about what kind of music app that Spotify will allow you to do so. For your information, Spotify is a free streaming music app that allow you to listen to any kind of tunes that you like. Let me know when you already figured out how exactly NFC feature on Spotify work.
NFC was presented for the first time when Google release Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Google Wallet service. Stands for Near Field Communication, this feature allow users to share data to other devices by only tapping each other back cover. Google said that this method is faster and safer than using Bluetooth or Infrared. Samsung and Sony manage to find another application for NFC technology. Both of them are recently release special NFC tag that allow you activate specific profile on your Android handset with a single tap.