Spotify will release its first mobile application in Apple’s App Store within in the next few days.
The music streaming service has submitted its application to Apple for approval, and, if successful, it will be available to download on the iPhone.
Users will be able to use the service to stream playlists or download music to their phones.
Spotify said on its blog today: ‘Late last week we put the finishing touches to a very special project we’ve been wanting to share with you for a while now.
‘After many weeks of burning the midnight oil at Spotify HQ in an effort to squeeze into it every drop of musical goodness, we’ve finally completed work on the Spotify app for the iPhone and sent it over to the nice people at Apple.’
In the past, Spotify has been referred to as an ‘iTunes killer’ because of its easy-to-use service and free library containing millions of songs.
Spotify, which launched last year, now has more than a million users in the UK, and more than six million across Europe.