Spotify launches a newly redesigned desktop app today by adapting it to the mobile app’s interface. There are many new features in this updated app, but for me the best option is to download songs for premium users.
Usually you download songs to your phone to travel or at times when the network is uneven. But I think it’s important to download them to your desktop. This can be useful when you have forgotten to download an album to your phone while flying, or you just do not want to use your phone for a while.
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Apart from this, Spotify makes it easier to build and search for playlists. You can now add photos and descriptions to your playlists so others can easily understand what it’s all about. To create a new playlist, you can now drag and drop songs, or even find new tracks directly through the built-in search box in the playlist view.
Listeners’ profile page now includes top performers and tracks. In addition, you can search for tracks in your library through many filters, such as most relevant, recently played, and recently added. I think these filters make it much easier for me to get around my library and add recently played tracks that I enjoyed.
Spotify also introduces synchronized texts for the web version and one-click method to start an artist radio. The redesigned app will launch from today, and you can download the version that suits your system from.
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Published March 25, 2021 – 12:59 UTC