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Spotify was launched for Windows 10 earlier this year, a ported app based on Microsoft’s Desktop Bridge tool. The app was however launched with many of the most wanted features missing from the app.

Spotify has finally pushed out a new update for its Windows 10 app bringing with it the most awaited Live Tile support for the app. The Live Tile support is enabled by default and will be made available in three tile sizes Medium, Wide and Large.

Currently the Live Tiles will show only suggested playlists and songs but will not be displaying the recently or currently played songs. The company has made it possible for users to even disable the Live Tile by going to Menu>Sub menu>More and click on Turn Live Tile Off option.

You can always enable the Live Tile whenever you feel the need to do so. However compared to Microsoft’s Groove Music App, Spotify is still far behind in terms of features and we hope that the company will be adding more customer focused features in upcoming updates.

The Spotify update is currently live and you can download it by clicking the below Microsoft Store link.

Download Spotify for Windows 10

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Akshay Waghray is a technology news reporter at Windows Latest and his area of expertise include Windows Phone. Articles contributed by Akshay have been referred by big publications such as Future Inc, Purge, and others over the years.