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How to change your Spotify profile picture

Need a new look for your Spotify avatar? Let's make that happen.

Published onNovember 6, 2023

Keeping up appearances is a good thing. If you have your Spotify account with the same profile picture on Facebook or Instagram, it will help people identify you. At the same time, if you want to switch things up and go with a different photo for your Spotify profile, you always have the option of doing that, too. Let’s review how to change your profile picture on Spotify.


To change your Spotify profile picture on mobile, open the mobile app. From Home, go to your profile > Edit. Choose the photo > Save.

On the desktop and web player, visit your Spotify profile page. Hover your cursor over your profile picture and click Choose photo. Upload a new profile picture from your device.


How to change your Spotify profile picture on mobile

  • Open the Spotify app.
  • Tap your avatar/profile picture in the top-left corner of the screen. A sliding menu will appear from the left side.
  • Select your username to navigate to your profile.
  • Tap the Edit button or anywhere on your profile picture.
  • Tap the pen shaped button at the bottom-right corner of the profile picture or anywhere on the profile picture.
  • In the Change profile photo pop-up tab, you can choose whether to select a photo from your device or to take a photo.
  • Finally, tap Save.

How to change your Spotify profile picture on desktop and web player

  • Open the Spotify desktop app or web player.
  • Click the avatar profile picture. A dropdown menu will appear.
  • Select Profile.
  • On your profile page, hover your cursor over your current profile picture to make the Choose photo icon appear. Click it, then select a new profile photo.


JPEG, GIF, or PNG images are accepted for Spotify profile pictures.

Your new Spotify photo must be at least 750px x 750px in size. You can go larger for more detail; however, just make sure it’s a JPEG, GIF, or PNG file.

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