Thirteen new apps in total have been rolled out following deals the 13 country-strong service has signed with labels and distributors including Universal, Sony, Warner, EMI, Def Jam, Domino, Matador, PIAS and X5.
Spotify platform director Sten Garmark said: "This is going to take music enjoyment to a whole new level. These Spotify apps offer something for everyone, from ways to discover music both old and new, to amazing imagery and apps simply there to entertain. The potential for Spotify apps is just massive and we can't wait to see what people are going to blow us away with next."
The new apps include:
Classify: Covering classical music and allowing browsing by composers, eras, moods, instruments or genres
The Complete Collection: Allows the users to subscribe to their favourite artists to learn more about them with 150 album booklets available at launch and more on the way
Def Jam: This app from the iconic Universal record company promises new experiences in music discovery and curation
Digster: Offers fresh playlists updated weekly and users can browse playlists by category, find playlists made by artists and match Digster playlists to their listening history and Facebook likes
Domino: This covers the indie label's 20-year history by highlighting artist playlists, custom catalogue exclusives and commentary from their friends and neighbours in the world of indie
Filtr: A playlist app, allowing users to build playlists based on the music tastes of their Facebook friends, people who have accepted invitations to Facebook events, music genres, users' Spotify playlists and favourite artists
Hot or Not: Lets the user vote on one of the two songs in the battle, either based on what they think is the most popular or what they wish to make popular.
The Legacy Of: Features artists such as Bob Dylan, Miles Davis, Daryl Hall & John Oates and Stevie Ray Vaughan
Matador Records: Covers new releases, tour dates, playlists and more, including a history of releases from Matador since 1992
Now That's What I Call Music!: Includes the Now UK Top 20 chart and the ability to create an instant Now playlist
PIAS: Highlights PIAS's best new albums and features playlists covering its repertoire
TweetVine: Listens to all the tweets on Twitter with the hashtag #NowPlaying and creates Spotify charts from the results.
The Warner Sound: Features songs, albums, and playlists from Warner's roster of artists including Green Day, Bruno Mars, Linkin Park, and Cee Lo Green, emerging artists such as Wiz Khalifa, Ed Sheeran, Kimbra, Birdy, and Fun, plus legendary acts like The Doors, Grateful Dead, and Aretha Franklin