No, it obviously doesn’t help. I am not questioning system requirements. I want to know why your older app versions are suddenly unavailable on older IOS devices? Seriously, what harm is there is at least offering it? I want to use my dependable iPhone 4, as I’ve been doing for years, strictly for music. I don’t want all the upgrades to Spotify because I don’t care about videos. It’s unfair and discriminatory! Bring it back!
Thanks, although this is doing my head in. Previously when cache ( I presume) got really big and took up too much space on my much loved iPad2, I would delete/remove the app and reload it and would be given an option to use an early version of the Spotify app ... perfect. I have done this for several years without a problem.
Now I can't reload/download because system needs iOS 10 and I can only get iOS 9.3.5. Maybe there was a different way for me to clear cache without deleting and re-installing the app, but am l stuck now with no way of getting the app back onto my iPad?
I am assuming there has been 'an upgrade' and those of us with older devices have been forgotten or ignored in the process. Any help much appreciated.
Hi Billy, I’ve had the Spotify app for several years and it’s always offered me the older version on my iPhone 4. Thank you for putting this issue in front of the people who can find us a solution. Let’s hope they simply make available the older versions of the app.
Spotify worked fine on my iPhone 4 for 5 years It worked fine before lunch, then froze after lunch. I did a re-install and recieved a notification that Spotify is no longer available for iPhone 4. What gives?