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Spotify to Release a Redesigned Version of its App for Artists all Over the World

Spotify now has around 232 million monthly active users globally, which is an increase of 29 per cent year-on-year, along with 108 million premium subscribers, which is also 31 per cent (YoY) growth

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Spotify Music still leads outside of the US, tallying 75 million subscribers as part of its first earnings report in May.
Spotify Music still leads outside of the US, tallying 75 million subscribers as part of its first earnings report in May. Pixabay

Swedish music streaming app Spotify is releasing a redesigned ”Spotify for Artists app”, which will display the total number of people listening to an artists tracks worldwide at any moment.

The redesigned app will be rolled out this week on iOS and Android. It will also track when a song is added to a playlist or when an artists hits a followers milestone, The Verge reported on Tuesday.

The updated app, which includes a new home tab, will feature recommendations for articles.

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The Spotify Premium trial service, which was earlier available for 30 days, lets users skip any track, listen offline, hear high-quality music and use the app on their mobile device as a computer remote control. Pixabay

Spotify recently updated new feature for users to share favourite music and podcasts with friends on Snapchat.

Snapchat is now one of the several destinations that Spotify users can share on, along with WhatsApp, Messages, Messenger, Twitter, Instagram Stories and Facebook Stories.

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Spotify now has around 232 million monthly active users globally, which is an increase of 29 per cent year-on-year, along with 108 million premium subscribers, which is also 31 per cent (YoY) growth. (IANS)

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Music Streaming Giant Spotify Works On New Feature To Share Story Alongside Public Playlists

There isn't a desktop version yet, and it's unclear if there ever will be

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The Spotify Stories are only available on the iOS and Android device as yet. Wikimedia Commons

Swedish music streaming giant Spotify is working on a new feature that lets influencers share Stories alongside their public playlists. The new version will let select users share video clips that contain snippets of songs and album art.

The first influencer to test the feature is makeup and fashion YouTube star Summer Mckeen, who currently has a social media fan base that includes 2.33 million YouTube subscribers, 2.1 million Instagram followers and 126,455 Spotify followers. Mckeen is using the new feature to introduce a playlist of her all-time favorite songs, which she’s titled her “all time besties”, TechCrunch reported on Tuesday.

The Spotify Stories are only available on the iOS and Android device as yet.

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Swedish music streaming giant Spotify is working on a new feature that lets influencers share Stories alongside their public playlists. The new version will let select users share video clips that contain snippets of songs and album art. Wikimedia Commons

There isn’t a desktop version yet, and it’s unclear if there ever will be.

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For the music streaming app, this is still just a test. As we’ve seen with other Spotify tests, these don’t always develop into full-fledged products, and the company’s response is still vague, according to Engadget. (IANS)