The Spotify app will soon be available in Hindi. At its online event Stream On on Monday, Spotify announced that Hindi is part of a wave of 36 new languages that will soon appear on Spotify, along with Romanian and Swahili. With the arrival of the Hindi location on an unspecified date, the Spotify user interface will be available in a total of more than 60 languages. Hindi will be the last major language to join the battle. Spotify is currently available in English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Portuguese, Indonesian and Japanese.
Spotify’s It took approximately two years to adopt Hindi, much faster than its streaming video counterpart Netflix which took four and a half years after its launch in India to provide a Hindi interface. In this way, he not only surpassed the local competitor JioSaavn, but also corresponds to its international competitor Apple Music. Of course, if these are the Indian languages you are looking for, Ghana leads in this department, with support for Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Bojpuri, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi and Gujarati.
While Hindi music has been available on Spotify since launch, lyrics are not available in Hindi. This despite the fact that Spotify lyrics partner – streaming services are not directly responsible for the lyrics – the Musixmatch lyrics app offers a catalog of lyrics with Hindi translations (available on JioSaavn according to reports). Maybe once Spotify is localized in Hindi, it can start working to include lyrics in Hindi. Of course, despite the localization, most of the song titles will continue to be in English.
Spotify will soon be available in Hindi.