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Spotify should get along happily with most Android devices on the market running the v2.3 'Gingerbread' firmware.
For later devices, try installing the Preview version of the new Android app, available at http://www.spotify.com/download/previews/ - this should be compatible on all devices up to 4.0
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Loads of people have issues with Spotify on ICS. It seems to run fine for a while after it is first installed - which often prompts people to immediately say 'no issues here'.
However, myself and lots of others over on the old GetSatisfaction thread seem to find that after a while (could be a couple of days, could be a couple of weeks, but soon) it will all of a sudden start crashing back to the launcher as soon as going online. It's fine to use offline, but crashes on getting an online connection. Only 'solution' seems to be a reinstall and/or deleting the Spotify directory on the SD/memory.
Given that it seems that the GetSatisfaction board is to become redundant, I've created a new topic on this one to cover the issue: http://community.spotify.com/t5/Spotify-Ideas-and-Feedback/Spotify-needs-to-support-Android-3-Honeyc...
It's only going to become more of an issue over the next couple of months as more phones are upgraded to ICS and new phones are released.
With how long ICS dev info has been out there, its amazing how poorly equiped Spotify was for this update.
And guess what, its a paid app that says it works on my Galaxy Nexus. Unacceptable.
The ICS app is in development.
There is no specific development for Honeycomb (although it's likely that any ICS-compatible app will work on 3.x too).
That's the reason given for it still being Under Consideration rather than Planned