We've known Spotify was coming to the Windows Store for PC and it now looks like it's available and ready to download.
Announced at Build 2017 alongside iTunes, Spotify is a good win for the Windows Store in filling out with apps that folks rely upon. Not to mention anyone using Windows 10 S on the Surface Laptop or any of the forthcoming devices will definitely welcome it.
We first caught wind of an impending rollout thanks to a tweet from Michael Passingham, Computing Editor at Trusted Reviews, showing how Microsoft is promoting Spotify on the Edge start screen.
The app itself was previously only now listed in the Store and not available for download. Now, however, the app is live and ready to download directly from the Store.
Updated June 20, 2017: Updated to note that the Spotify download link is now live and working.
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