An unofficial Spotify-aping app is available now for Android mobile phones from the Android Market.
Dubbed Droidify, like Spotify the music application offers live streaming when online via 3G or Wi-Fi networks as well as the chance to create playlists.
However, offline playback, which will be a key feature of the Spotify app, is notably absent.
According to the enthusiasts behind the project, Droidify has been created so "that people can enjoy Spotify on their Android phones, while waiting for the release of the official client from Spotify".
The app is free to download provided Android mobile owners have a premium account at the store.
Android mobile phones have been one of the success stories of in a year when wider demand for new handsets has fallen.
This was borne out recently when both the HTC Magic and the T-Mobile G1 surpassed sales of one million units.
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