When we talked about music or podcast, the Spotify app is the one we’re looking for. It has every track, single, or even unique album that you don’t know of.
Just go to the app’s Discovery Weekly playlist, you’ll get tons of tunes you’d probably love to add to your playlist. With its $10 monthly fee, it’s surprising to experience millions of music that you can enjoy every day.
However, there are still a few surprising features Spotify can do, that you might not know of. Here are the top 5 Spotify features that might surprise you.
What can Spotify do?
Aside from listening to music, the Spotify app is also known for its almost perfect choices for its users. Whether you like rock, mellow, country, pop, or even podcasts– Spotify is perfectly-made for anyone who loves to hear music.
Surprisingly, there are still hidden features that Spotify can do, that you might not know of. Here are some of them:
Endless Artist Radio
Though the Endless Artist Radio feature is no longer new to some users, this feature was well-received by anyone that listens to the app.
For some, here’s how this feature works. Endless artist radio lets users pick a radio “station” wherein a personalized playlist will be automatically made. The app will pick out songs, similar to the style of your favorite artist and the tastes of the specific listener.
This is a great feature, in case you’re looking to find new songs on the app. And it’s endless, so you can get to enjoy it as long as you want.
Import playlists from other apps
In Spotify, users have a music choice. But it’s not the only thing you can control.
In fact, this app also allows listeners to listen to their favorite Spotify playlist and put in another separate app. In this way, you can import playlists from your app, and moved it to anywhere else.
Just search for music host apps supporting Spotify, and listen to your personalized playlist on your chosen different app.
Improve what your app plays and sees on the search bar
We all know that Spotify has fully-improved its music search algorithms, since a decade ago. Though it’s pretty decent, some rare music can still be hard to find.
If you want to dig deeper on the app, you can add the music’s specific year, or genre on the search bar. For example, add the keywords “year:1970-1989” to your search engine.
This will automatically restrict the results you want to see on the app. Or also put “genre:” if looking for a specific genre.
Add a music-and-spoken-word Spotify format
In October, Spotify has launched a new feature, designed to combine spoken word audio collection with the taste of music tracks.
This feature is specifically helpful for Spotify creators, which mimic a real-life radio experience. Creators can now easily mix their voice giving a personal opinion on a certain topic, and edit a music track behind their voice.
Spotify has stories too!
A newly-launched Spotify feature is added to the app. If you know the Instagram story feature, you would love to find out, Spotify also has the same thing.
Just like what people do on Snapchat, the app will include short snippets of mostly music artists. Similar stories have been spotted by users, specifically upon launching ‘Christmas Hits playlist.’
What do you think of these new features? Have you tried any of them yet?