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That question doesn't really make sense... Spotify/Android/Apple aren't equivilants. Spotify is a single app, android is an OS, and Apple is a brand. Either way, the infotainment system is completely homegrown by JLR, a first for them. The interface is written on a heavily modified Android platform. It is completely compatible with both iOS devices (I.e. From the apple brand) and Android devices. They can connect to it to stream audio either via Bluetooth or a docked cable connection. If you are asking if it is compatible with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto (where your phone is mirrored on the touch screen) if is not. Instead they have their own solution called InControl Apps that lets you connect a very few specific apps on your mobile handset to the Jag touchscreen (this works for both Android and iOS phones). The apps that are compatible with InControl apps are very few and far between and Spotify is not one of them. JLR had partnered with RDIO, a Spotify competitor, instead, but they recently went out of business and the app is no longer available.

If you want to see the list of available apps, you can download the Jaguar Apps app from the Google Play store or iTunes Store.
 
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