Gradually, the applications for Windows Phone 8 are accumulating in the store of Windows Phone, and Microsoft on Friday added another to the mix. Spotify, the service of many songs, is now available in beta for download on newer Windows devices. Although it may be imperfect (for all beta-Sun) at least it is available. The application itself is free, as are the songs of the first 30 days. After the free trial is ongoing, however, users will have to pay U.S. $ 9.99 a month for premium access. Spotifiers know (or maybe not) that the premium service runs on all devices – phones, tablets, desktops, laptops – no ads, while free and unlimited (U.S. $ 4.99 per month) limited to laptops and desktops only. Those who want to get the app on your Windows Phone 8 should be aware that just come out roll is underway, which means it could be a couple of hours before it appears in the registry or you can download all regions. Perhaps the sweetest application selling point is the access that empowers playlists and downloads when no Internet connection – perfect for those times when you’re upset Wi-Fi is spotty and musical needs a boost. The ability to access any tunes in playlist simultaneously on a Windows Phone and PC application is also a very nice perk.The Spotify is a score for the new devices, which until now had only been available in previous Windows phones. Applications for Windows Phone in general have been perceptually thin compared with the iPhone and Android handsets.Microsoft tells us that Windows Phone Shop is home to over 125,000 apps, significantly behind Apple’s 775,000 apps for the iPhone, iPad and iPod. Microsoft has some catching up to do, but at least have a way to do a bit of “can do” playlists.