Spotify is updating its web and desktop applications to provide users with the same experience they have on mobile.
We will not only find a new design but also the return of one of the most requested functions.
New design and features for Spotify web and desktop
One of the novelties that you will find with this update is that the web and desktop applications reorganize some key sections to make it easier for users to navigate through the most popular functions. So whether you want to search for new content or play music from different sections, for example a radio station, you will find all the options in one place.
Different aspects of the library have also been improved that make it easy to customize every detail of the playlists, rearrange songs, add descriptions, change the cover art, etc. And of course, a new dynamic is also added that makes it easy to add new songs or podcasts to the already created playlists.
A series of practical updates for those who have an extensive library or are heavy users of Spotify, since with a few clicks you will be able to access all the options they need in the application. In addition, new keyboard shortcuts are added, which you will find by pressing Control +? on Windows, and Command +? on macOS.
And for premium users there is a bonus with this update: the ability to download songs and podcasts to listen to them offline. Yes, just like it happens in the Spotify mobile app. A feature that is added to both the web player and the desktop application.
All these new features are already being rolled out to all users gradually. So if you still don’t see the changes in your Spotify account, don’t worry, as it may update in the next few days.