Spotify now adds support for 12 Indian languages ​​to the mobile application. The company announced at the online-only Stream On event last month that it will add support for 36 new languages, including 12 Indian dialects. Languages ​​include Bhojpuri, Gujarati, Hindi, etc. With this update, the music streaming service now supports a total of 62 languages ​​for the application. Spotify recently expanded it to 85 new markets in Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, Europe and Latin America.

The Spotify mobile app already supports 12 Indian languages, including Bengali, Bhojpuri, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odiya, Punjabi , Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. This will allow the user to change the UI language of the application to any of the above languages. According to the official website, the new language is already available on the web client and has now begun to be promoted in mobile applications.

To change the Spotify app language, mobile users will need to change the language setting on their device. Please note that this will change the language of the entire device.

Last month, Spotify announced support for 36 new languages ​​in its Stream On event, including Afrikaans, Amharic, Croatian, Slovak, and more. The website states: “This update will enable Spotify to provide more access to people who speak these other languages ​​worldwide, which is closely related to our commitment to building a truly borderless audio ecosystem.”

The streaming service announced last month that it will expand to 85 new markets in Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, Europe and Latin America. It was launched in India in February 2019 and has since achieved significant growth, adding 1 million independent listeners in less than a week. As of October 2019, Spotify’s performance in the quarter exceeded 30% of its Indian user base forecast.

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