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I’m thrilled to introduce an upcoming innovation that will redefine how you interact with your music. I’m currently in the process of developing a Spotify remote client exclusively for the Windows Store. This application will empower you to control your Spotify playback seamlessly from your Windows devices.

Seamless Music Control

Imagine effortlessly managing your Spotify music without touching your primary device. With this upcoming remote client, you’ll have the power to play, pause, skip, and adjust volume from the comfort of your Windows laptop, tablet, or desktop.

The Choice of a Remote Client

Instead of a full player application, I’ve chosen to create a remote client to ensure a hassle-free user experience. Navigating the complexities and strict requirements of Spotify’s Web Playback SDK for a complete player would have introduced unnecessary challenges. By focusing on a remote client, I can provide a user-friendly solution without compromising functionality.

Elevating Music Experiences

This Spotify remote client aims to enhance your daily music interactions. Whether you’re working, exercising, or simply relaxing, controlling your music will be more intuitive than ever before.

Stay Updated

Follow my blog and social media channels for regular development updates, including feature highlights, design insights, and anticipated launch dates.

The future of music control is arriving soon. Prepare to revolutionize the way you manage your Spotify playlist with our upcoming Windows Store remote client. Expect a user-centric design that simplifies music control while retaining all the essential functions. Stay tuned for more updates as we approach the launch!


Retrieve metadata from Spotify content, control playback or get recommendations


Client-side only JavaScript library designed to create a local Spotify Connect device in your browser, stream and control audio tracks from Spotify inside your website and get metadata about the current playback.