Previously, only PlayStation 4 owners could listen to their favorite music on Spotify while playing games. However, now Xbox One users would have the facility as well because recent reports from the Microsoft’s Major Nelson Show confirms about the Spotify app testing. These trails made have been confirmed by unidentified sources. But now Microsoft has also revealed the new idea on their weekly Xbox news video exhibiting Spotify functioning on a Xbox One.

During the recent episode of  “this week on Xbox,” host Major Nelson or Live Director of Programming Larry Hyrb, covers and broadcasts new declarations and news regarding the latest controllers and games. In the very end of the weekly news video, Nelson explains about setting an image as the console’s wallpaper, and just after 9 minutes, the Spotify app could be seen working in the bottom left of the Xbox One Guide menu.

We have an eminent hint now, however, the company has not officially announced it, so we have to wait a bit maybe. But, the good news is that PS4’s being the exclusive holder of worlds’ most scattered music streaming service will be over soon.

In June, the music app was debuted to Windows Store, but it was only available to Windows 10 desktops. Well, it is not vivid that there will be a Universal Windows version of Spotify or not, but surely Xbox One gamers will be merrymaking about the exciting breakout.

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