Spotify premium users get better navigation, personalised search and endless Artist Radio

Spotify premium users get better navigation, personalised search and endless Artist Radio

Spotify premium users get better navigation, personalised search and endless Artist Radio

Spotify is aiming for a great listening experience right out of the gate thanks those algorithms and each individual's listening preferences, so there won't be any fine-tuning on the end user's part.

The new update is rolling out now for iOS and Android users. Subscribers can get great recommendations on Home, discover something new with Search, and access favourite songs, artists, playlists, and podcasts in Your Library.

The newest update to Spotify has a few more features added to the subscription tier for users that pay. The new updates involve navigation, searching, and a new type of radio station. There is a redesigned Search page to be your "new one-stop destination for artists, albums, podcasts, and more".

For one, Spotify has streamlined its navigation. The music streaming service's Endless Artist Radio lets you search for a playlist based on your favorite musician or song and find a matching endless stream - a feature associated with rival streaming service Pandora.




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Spotify also cut down the number of tabs at the bottom of the screen so that you only have three: Home, Search, and Your Library. These offer an endless listening stream personalised to the listener's own musical tastes.

The update will be available globally to Premium subscribers on iOS and Android starting today. At the top of the page is a "Your top genres" section that'll change over time based on your current listening habits. Artists Radios are "updated regularly to keep things fresh", and if you want to take them with you wherever you go, you now have the option of saving them for offline use.

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