by Carl Smith Software Developer

Spotify no doubt has taken the world by storm. With paying subscribers worldwide nearing a hundred million Spotify is the world’s largest music streaming service, delivering millions of music tracks directly to your phone, computer, and other devices for a fixed monthly fee. It can be easily said that most of the users are so immersed in music with Spotify that they have settled for using it in a basic way without stopping to look at all the possibilities it offers. Yes, you read it right, you can think that you know the Spotify app up and down but we bet that there are still features that you can use to make the most out of your Spotify account.

1. Personalise your workout session with Spotify

If you are a fitness freak and love the music too this app has specific functionality for people like you. Spotify has a built-in feature that uses the mobile accelerometer to detect the pace with which you run and select the most appropriate themes or songs for you. It can also create a playlist for the workout based on your taste.

2. Enjoy the personalized weekly compilation

Weekly Discovery is a feature of Spotify that allows us to see personalized playlists based on what we listen to. You want to discover new music, just go to the Explore section. Find the Discover and Best Recommendations menu for you. Try the Weekly Discovery feature, you will find the best tracks based on your taste.

3. Have folders with your own playlist

Now this one is to be more organized. You may have a handful of playlists depending on your mood. But how to quickly find that perfect song about how you are feeling in the moment. It’s Simple, create folders to organize your playlists. Yes Spotify, let’s you do that. Just right click on any area of ​​the Playlist section and then select the Create folder option. You can choose the name, whatever you want, you can create subfolders too.

4. Wake-Up with Spotify music as an alarm clock

With Spotify, you can turn the boring alarm clock on your android phone into a specially curated playlist based on your preferences and wake up each morning with Spotify music that you love.

You’ll need Google’s clock app to wake up to Spotify music on an Android device, which comes preinstalled on your phone. If not you can easily download it.  Just open the Clock app and tap the alarm you want to edit. Then tap the alarm sound and go to the Spotify tab on the far right, now choose your music as the alarm.

5. Use your phone’s virtual assistant to enjoy Spotify music

You can easily customize Spotify to work with a virtual assistant on your phone and enjoy a seamless musical experience without even touching the phone. You have to simply tweak a few settings on Google assistant or iOS app in case of an iPhone to integrate Spotify with these apps and that’s it. Play the tracks you love with voice commands.

6. Connect with your friends and tap into their playlists

Spotify also allows you to connect with your friends and follow their profiles so you can see what they are listening to at all times. It just like other social media platforms. You can type the name of your friends and search the Spotify database for your friends. Once you connect with them, you can easily navigate through their playlist and see what they are listening to.

7. Reach out to the world with your playlist

You love some songs and have a playlist of them, why not share it with the world. Spotify lets you make your playlist available to other people. This way you could share your interest in music with other like-minded music fans out there.

Carl Smith is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. He writes about the latest updates regarding and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.


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About Carl Smith Advanced   Software Developer

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Joined APSense since, March 22nd, 2018, From Houston, United States.

Created on Oct 20th 2020 10:56. Viewed 205 times.


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