Spotify Is Set To Redesign Its Home Screen

Spotify is set to redesign its home screen. Spotify says that the new TikTok-like design is the platform’s biggest evolution yet.

Spotify Is Set To Redesign Its Home Screen

Spotify Is Set To Redesign Its Home Screen

Music streaming platform Spotify is now revamping its home screen in a bid to make it easier to locate new content, adding audio and video previews for podcasts, music, and audiobooks.

The layout of the app is moving away also from a grid of album covers for an infinite scroll which is akin to a TikTok feed.

“You’ll see Spotify, I think, come alive,” Daniel Ek, founder of Spotify told CBS. “You’re gonna see a lot more interactive content.”

Spotify Made the Announcement during Its Stream On Event

The company on Wednesday announced the makeover at its Stream On event alongside a couple of new tools for podcasters and mediums for musicians to interact with their fans further.

The Spotify home screen will now offer users a stream of previews of music, shows, podcasts, audiobooks, and much other content that can be saved by users, share, or even explore as well as new videos for discovery in the search section.

The enhanced tool in addition has now been rebranded as “Smart Shuffle” and will now reorder user-generated playlists and suggest related tracks.

Spotify’s Press Release in Regards to the News

“The most important thing we, at Spotify, can do for creators is to reduce the distance between their art and the people who love it — or who would love it as soon as they discovered it,” Gustav Soderstrom, co-president of Spotify in a release said.

When Will All the New Features Be Available

A couple of the new features are already live on the Spotify app, the firm confirmed while others on the other hand will roll out in the next couple of months.

Spotify back in February beta-launched DJ which is an AI-driven music guide made available to premium users in the United States and Canada.

Spotify Has Passed 500 Million Active Monthly Users

Spotify also announced that it had passed 500 million active users per month on Wednesday.


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