Well that was fast. Just when people started to get clued in that Spotify had finished coding and submitted the popular music streaming app to the Windows Phone store for approval Microsoft takes to their blog to let anticipating users know the wait is over and those with Windows Phone 8 devices can get their Spotify on.
Spotify, which is being released as a beta, instantly increases the size of your music library by millions of tracks, making it easy to discover new songs and artists. You can create your own playlists, or browse and indulge in the ones your friends put together. Going off the grid? The app also lets you download and enjoy your playlists without an Internet connection. Tracks you add to any playlist are also simultaneously available on your phone and PC.
The app is free and so is the service for the first 30 days. After the trial expires, the premium service costs $9.99 a month.
Source: Windows Phone Blog