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Spotify desktop application, web player Get a new design, Indian users receive synchronized texts

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Spotify launches a new design for its desktop and web players. The new look brings an improved look and feel with the search bar now on the left side of the navigation page. It also introduced simpler tools for creating playlists and the ability to drag and drop songs into playlists. Users of web players in India also have access to synchronized lyrics. The new design is said to be the result of months of testing and research after receiving feedback from users.

The company announced that the new design and features for users of desktop applications and web players began to be available today and will be available to all free and first-class users worldwide in the coming weeks. As mentioned, Spotify Users of web players in India now have access to the synchronized text feature, which is popular in the mobile application. The company says the feature will also appear in the desktop application in a new style that matches the updated design and desktop.

The new design provides a new clean look with more controls. The “Search” function can now be found on the left side of the navigation page. Listener profile pages now include the best artists and songs, and it’s easier to create playlists with integrated search. Users also get the ability to write descriptions, upload images, drag and drop songs into existing playlists. The new built-in search bar can be used to find and add new songs and podcast episodes to new and existing playlists.

Spotify Premium users get the ability to download their favorite music and podcasts to play, even when offline. The desktop app now has a button to download songs for easier ease of paid users. Spotify has a bunch of premium plans, starting with Rs. 7 for one day and Rs. 25 in one week. There are individual plans that start with Rs. 119 per month and family plans that allow access to over six accounts – starting with Rs. 179 per month.


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Tasneem Akolawala is a senior reporter for Gadgets 360. Her reporting experience includes smartphones, wearables, applications, social media and the entire technology industry. She reports from Mumbai and also writes about the ups and downs in the Indian telecommunications sector. Tasneem can be reached on @MuteRiot’s Twitter, and potential customers, tips and messages can be sent to [email protected]
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