Spotify in your browser: Roll out starts today!

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Back in September, we heard that Spotify would finally be bringing its music streaming goodness to a web browser near you. According to a new report, that starts today – read on to find out how you’ll soon be able to get all your playlists on your work PC.

The Verge reports that Spotify will begin rolling out its browser version in beta today, and will be pushed out to all and sundry over the next few months. most of the standard Spotify features seem to be there, including playlist editing and What’s New, though as on the mobile Spotify apps it appears Spotify apps aren’t available.

Spotify in your browser? It’s happening

Why the big fuss? Spotify’s been the darling of the music streaming world for years now, but it’s always required you to download an app to work: something people can’t usually do on their work computers or round at a mate’s house. this changes that, and should also mean that Spotify will work on Chrome OS computers like the impressive Acer C7 we checked out this week.

We’re still waiting on official word from Spotify at the moment, and there’s no sign of the feature on spotify.com yet, but we’ll let you know as soon as it pops up.

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