If you’ve been one of the early adopters who already got a new new Windows Phone 8 gadget, you may have found something missing: the Spotify app.

The most popular streaming music app, which has been previously obtainable in the Marketplace for products running Windows Phone 7, is not arriving, based on a report on WPCentral. But do not worry, music-loving Windows Phone followers. Spotify has verified that version of its application for Windows Phone 8 is coming.
“I can confirm that we’re performing on it,” a Spotify spokesman told PCMag.com in an email Monday. The spokesman could not say precisely when the application would be introduced, however.
Meanwhile, you can get your music fix from the Xbox Music or Rdio app. Additionally, by the Spotify app is not presently snowing up in the Web-based form of the store, it can be reportedly still accessible when searching from a Windows Phone 7 gadget.

At the same time, Spotify isn’t the only well-known music application that appears to be missing on Windows Phone 8. On Friday, along with Spotify, Slacker, TuneIn, and the podcast app 8Tracks all weren’t available the new HTC Windows Phone 8X, in accordance with a report from tech blog ReadWrite.
“The reason we aren’t in the Marketplace at this time for W8 is simply because the ingestion engine hasn’t finished making all WP7 apps available W8,” TuneIn’s director of promoting Ryan Polivka told ReadWrite. “Apparently this ought to be resolved within some days.”