Spotify announced today that its music service has updated its music library for iPhone, iPad, and Android.
The service has now added more than 40 million songs to its music store in just over a month, and it also includes support for Spotify’s newest app, Spotify Premium.
The new feature brings Spotify’s music to users through Spotify’s native app, which has been optimized for mobile.
Spotify also has a new music hub in the iOS App Store, which is designed to streamline its music catalog and make it easier for users to find, like, and buy music.
AppleInsider previously reported that Spotify’s new feature would be rolling out to other iOS devices and will launch this week on the iPhone, Android, and Kindle Fire devices.
The service has previously added hundreds of thousands of songs to the service.
Spotify’s service is now the biggest music service to add music to an iPhone in less than two years.
Spotify has also announced it will launch a subscription service called Spotify Music Pass on April 15.
The update comes a day after Spotify announced a $100 million Series B funding round that valued Spotify at $60 billion.
It also said it was working on a new subscription service.