Spotify brings a redesigned user interface Your library On Android and iOS apps. The music streaming service announced that this update will bring some changes, such as a new grid view, dynamic filters, improved sorting, etc. With previous updates, Spotify added “Recently Played”, “Podcasts” and “Discovery” tabs to the home screen of its Android and iOS apps. In addition, Spotify released a rare net profit in the first quarter of this year, and its paying user base has increased.
The update was posted by Spotify via its blog on April 29th.This update changed Your library Pages on Android and iOS apps. The update will be rolled out next week.The update will bring new layout and functionality to the website Your library page. One of Spotify’s biggest new features is the ability to set dynamic filters when searching for songs or podcasts in the app. Users can choose between albums, artists, playlists or podcasts to see the most relevant matches to their search.Users can also click Downloaded Filter to view all its offline content at once. However, this feature is only available for premium subscribers.
The update also helps Spotify users to sort music and podcasts in alphabetical order, by recently played tracks or alphabetically by creator’s name.Users can also Your library If they don’t like the standard list view, they can view it in the grid view. Now, the grid view will display all content, including large tiled albums, playlists, and podcast covers.
Last month, Spotify added three new features to its homepage. Now, Spotify allows users to jump back to the songs, playlists or podcasts they’ve heard before using the previous player. Recently played label. This shows the listening history of the past 12 weeks. At the same time, music streaming services have also added Podcasts, and the “discovery” part will only be available to premium subscribers.
Spotify recently released a rare net profit for the first quarter of 2020, and also noticed that with its launch in dozens of new markets, paying subscribers have increased dramatically.The service now has 158 million paying customers