After getting a massive update last month, Spotify has released a minor update today to the Spotify for Windows Phone app. The update, version 5.1 for those keeping score at home, has general performance improvements along with a new but important feature for users. Now you can rename your playlists from the Spotify from Windows Phone app, bringing this version on par with those on iOS and Android.
In addition to being able to rename your playlists, Spotify for Windows Phone will now also let you delete radio stations which you do not listen to any longer. No longer do you have to go to the web
to do this or to your PC app. This update also supports Last.fm scrobbling which, if you don’t know what that is exactly (neither did I to be honest) is according to the Last.FM FAQs
Scrobbling a song means that when you listen to it, the name of the song is sent to Last.fm and added to your music profile.
And now you know.
Spotify is a free service and is one of my personal favorites. There is a premium which you can try for 30 days and then it is $9.99 per month afterward. That allows you to listen to music ad-free as well as download music to your Windows Phone for listening to offline.