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Topic # 230485 26-Feb-2018 11:12
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Is there any way I can download the Spotify App on a LG TV.

 

I can go to the home page and have access to down load the App but not sure if it will work or what format to download in ?

 

 

 

help appreciated.

 

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  Reply # 1964350 26-Feb-2018 11:40
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Might want to mention what model TV it is......





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  Reply # 1964352 26-Feb-2018 11:42
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Think you might be out of luck – I had a similar issue when travelling recently and trying to use it on an LG TV.

 

From Spotify's website: "As we look to improve the overall Spotify experience, we removed our app from LG TV systems on July 3rd 2017. We hope to have a better version of Spotify on these devices in future."

 

https://support.spotify.com/us/listen_everywhere/on_tv/lg/

 

 

 

 




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  Reply # 1964354 26-Feb-2018 11:43
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  Reply # 1986411 31-Mar-2018 15:45
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I use to use it on LG TV but they gave notice last year that it was going to be shutting down last year while they were apparently creating a new  app.


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  Reply # 1986420 31-Mar-2018 16:12
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I've just upgraded to a LG TV and can get Spotify working on it, is WebOS up to date?


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  Reply # 1986529 31-Mar-2018 19:53
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DjShadow:

 

I've just upgraded to a LG TV and can get Spotify working on it, is WebOS up to date?

 

 

 

 

Oh really?! :(

 

I got Web OS, thought it was up to date. 2 year old TV. Maybe mine's outdated 


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