By now, you’re probably familiar with the fact that Spotify has partnered with Native Instruments, the makers of popular Kontakts, to stream native instruments for free on its mobile platform.
Spotify has also made it easier for its users to stream Native Instruments Kontaks and other popular music, including by providing links to their albums and music on their Spotify mobile app.
But now, Native Instruments is making it easier to rent native instruments from the streaming service.
With the release of the Spotify native instruments app, users will be able to browse their music library from their mobile device, or download it from Spotify for offline listening.
The feature will also allow users to add and delete instruments.
For example, users who have an Android phone with a Spotify app installed can simply tap on the instrument they want to stream, then click on the ‘Browse’ icon and select ‘Play’ from the list.
To access a track, users can tap on its name and then select the ‘Play Now’ option.
Spotify also added a section on the right side of the instrument page that shows a list of available instruments.
Users can also view a list with all available instruments on their phone or tablet.
Instrument rental has long been a popular feature on Native Instruments’ mobile app, and the company says it’s expanding the feature with the release in 2017 of a new native instrument rental app.
Spotify users can rent the instruments they own from Spotify’s native instrument page, or directly from the Native Instruments app on their mobile devices.
Spotify native instrument rentals allow users access to their music on multiple devices, including mobile devices running Android, iPhone, and iPad.