After discovering this secret feature, you won’t use Spotify just for listening to music anymore. No one knows him!
Among the world’s most loved and used music streaming platforms, We can not fail to mention Spotify. The Swedish giant has managed to grow with innovation and unique features in recent years Everything is easily accessible from smartphones, tablets and PCs. As? Subscribe by creating an account and choosing one of the many monthly or annual plans available In order to access an infinite catalog and Comprises songs of all genres and ages.
As well as podcasts and more. Actually, you must know it, come on. Much of the Content accessible from the Service, You don’t know you have one yet And it will make your day. Once you try it you will think: “But do I really only use Spotify to listen to music?” This is simply incredible, an idea from the developers that will be greatly appreciated by all subscribing users. Now here’s how to access it and what it is.
Spotify’s secret features: Here’s what’s in it
Spotify hides a few little secrets that you should know better now. Specifically associated with a feature that has recently been released but not announced. Hence despite its convenience and ease of use it is only being discovered by a small number of users. Once you try it, you’ll probably never do without it again. This is a gem that deserves to be explored further.
First, you need to open Spotify and then Search for a playlist you want. Or even open one of your own. At this point, you must see the interface that appears Tap on the three dots. Those are available in bars with a play button, a shuffle to listen to, and more. Now scroll to the bottom of the menu and leave all the possible options that you can enable. Below you will find “Eat this playlist”.
Curious to know what it is? Click on it and, as if by magic, a whole new screen will open. Mobile games with! and more precisely, Along with the legendary Snake who made history years ago at Nokia. You have to move the cursor and eat the album covers that make up the playlist you choose A nice way to play and both Search for new albumsPerhaps you’ve opened a public playlist with hundreds of songs you’ve never had a chance to listen to