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Spotify makes it easier to get to your music and podcasts
Today, Spotify announced an updated look to the ‘Your Library’ tab that changes up how it organizes your music and podcasts.
Currently, the Your Library tab crams playlists, songs, albums, artists, podcasts, and videos in the same area near the top. The new design creates two new Music and Podcasts sections, with the latter featuring three categories: episodes, downloads, and shows.
The Music section also features three categories: playlists, artists, and albums. All of your liked songs now live in a new Liked Songs playlist, which can be downloaded for offline listening with one tap.
The revamped Your Library tab is now rolling out to Premium users.
Recent Spotify updates
Spotify adds sleep timers to its Android app
May 25, 2019: Seemingly out of nowhere, Spotify added a sleep timer to the Android app. When you’re playing a song, tap the overflow menu button in the top right corner, scroll down the list, and locate the Sleep timer option.
Spotify has officially launched in India
February 26, 2019: Spotify is finally available to download officially in India. Users in the region can sign up to the music streaming service through various packages detailed here. The expansion means Spotify is now available in a total of 79 markets with more than 200 million users.
Spotify Car View
January 16, 2019: The latest Spotify update features a new “Car View.” Car View changes the interface to make it easier to control your music while you’re driving. The mode removes the album art and enlarges the song name, artist, media controls, and the two Like and Shuffle buttons.
New features for Spotify Premium
October 18, 2018: Spotify has streamlined navigation, redesigned the search page for more personal recommendations, and added endless artist radio stations for Premium users.
Download limit increase
September 13, 2018: Spotify has increased the number of songs users can download to 10,000 per device on a total of five devices. This is a significant increase on the previous limit of 3,333 songs per device on up to three devices.