Streaming Music service Spotify has submitted their iPhone App to the App Store for approval.
If approved, it would bring more than 6 million songs on-demand, giving you the ability to create and save ordered playlists of songs, and it will also allow you to save your favorite songs offline so you can play them even when you’re not connected to the internet which Spotify considers is the killer feature of the app.
But only problem is that its widely speculated that Apple will reject the iPhone App.
Spotify already has a desktop client and currently available in Europe where it is hugely popular. They are planning to release their desktop version to users in US sometime soon.
The streaming music service is free, however you can upgrade to Spotify’s ad-free premium service for $14 which also gives you access to their mobile apps including the iPhone app that has been submitted to Apple for approval.