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Spotify has pushed its music platform onto Apple's iPad. The new app, specifically designed for tablet use, takes things up a notch from what is currently available through the iPhone and other smartphone versions.

Spotify for iPad

Music buffs are now able to browse Spotify's catalogue, view cover art and search playlists on the same display. Visuals are also improved upon for the iPad 3's "retina display" resolution.

Those already signed up to Spotify's Premium service can get the new Spotify for iPad software free from the App store. Non-subscribers can also download the app for free, and can give the service a whirl for 30 days through a free trial. ®

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