GrindingOut, a new music streaming service that will let you listen to tracks from some of your favorite artists, is coming to the Windows Store today.
The service lets you search for tracks from popular artists, stream them and playlists from them directly from the Spotify app, and it also has a dedicated playlist service for your own songs.
GrindingOver, meanwhile, lets you stream tracks from your favorite musicians directly from their Spotify playlists, which is a feature that Spotify has been adding to its app since it launched in the fall.
The app also lets you save and sync your own Spotify playlist and add it to your library of music.
GrinderOver will be available on the Windows 10 Store starting today.
It will come to the Apple App Store as well as Google Play in the coming weeks.
We’re excited to bring Grinding Over to the Spotify community, and to bring the curated playlist service to our friends and fans on the Web.
Grinders and GrindingUnder have been the go-to tools for artists, music fans and the general Spotify user base.
With the launch of Grinders, Grinding Under, and Grinders 2.0, we want to continue to expand the experience for users across all platforms.
Spotify’s user interface has always been a focus of ours, and this new design is an exciting step forward.
We are also excited to announce that Grinders 1.0 will be coming to Spotify in the near future, which will let users enjoy Grinders in their Spotify app and on their desktop as well.
For now, however, Grinders is available only on the Spotify platform.
You can read more about the service and the apps and platforms in the Grinders blog post.