New functions that Spotify has for its users
The cross-platform application Spotify, used to play music via streaming, has new features for your users.
Most of these are in the ‘home’ of the application and are intended to provide a more personalized experience for the listener.
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Spotify usually provides recommendations for new content based on what the user has recently heard. These include ‘weekly discovery’, ‘news radar’, ‘mix’, and so on.
Now, with this new function, which is mainly for ‘premium’ accounts, you will be able to find a new source of recommendation to discover new content.
In addition, the new podcasts will have a blue dot to differentiate of those that the user has not finished playing.
For ‘premium’ subscribers, the option of download music or podcasts to play them offline on the desktop application.
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On the other hand, for all accounts – regardless of whether they are ‘premium’ or not – a ‘travel back in time’ function called ‘Recently heard‘.
This allows users to scroll up to 3 months of playing history recent so that you can listen to the melodies that you liked in the past.
This new function is indicated by a clock icon that appears at the ‘start’ of the app. All the content played, in which you can find songs, podcasts and playlists, will be divided by dates.
The new features will be available on iOS and Android. It is still unknown if this option can be disabled from the Spotify settings, so that the playback history is not saved.
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