Music lovers are familiar with Spotify, an online streaming service that allows users to listen to millions of songs on demand for a free or ad-free subscription. However, with the many tweaks and apps that extend Spotify’s capabilities, you may not be getting the most out of it.
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Hide Your Joy of Guilt From Friends
Being able to follow your friends’ music habits is one of the best features of Spotify. But you probably don’t want everyone to know exactly how many times you’ve listened to All About This Bass this summer. On the desktop version, you can stop sending selected music for a specified period by choosing Private Sessions from the Spotify main menu (the same setting is found in the Social menu in the mobile settings).
To permanently stop sharing your listening options, go to the Spotify menu, then go to Settings and uncheck “Share my actions and what I hear with Spotify subscribers” and “My actions and what I hear” on Facebook”
Improve Search Queries
Browsing Spotify’s vast catalog can be a daunting task. It works similarly to Google search. You can search by artist, title, genre, or year. Then use qualifiers to narrow your search.
Organize Music Song Folders
One critic of Spotify is that people’s music collections often become a mixture of playlists and favorite songs. Consider using folders to organize your playlists. Create a new folder by going to Files in the desktop application and then navigating to the New Playlists folder. Then you can put all the playlists you want in a new folder.
Spotify Premium users can use their desktop’s settings menu to enhance their audio by enabling high-quality streaming that plays songs at 320kbps instead of the standard 160kbps. On mobile devices, songs are automatically played at a bit rate of only 96 kbps to save data. All users can increase this number to 160 kbps, and premium users can also use the 320 kbps setting. The higher the bitrate, the faster it will load into your mobile data plan.
Add Songs That Are Not in Spotify And Listen to Them Offline
Although the Spotify catalog is not complete, users can easily add songs from external sources to the library and listen to them on the Spotify interface. Just go to Settings and enable Show songs from local authorities. These sources may include iTunes, the Downloads folder on your computer, or a specific folder of your choice. If you have a playlist full of non-Spotify songs and select the “Available Offline” option at the top of the playlist, you can download the songs to your phone for offline listening.
Lyrics For Every Song
Launch the Musixmatch app (you can find it in the Find Apps tab on the left sidebar), and you will see the lyrics for most of the songs playing on Spotify.
If you missed siren viewers in the days when you used Windows Media Player or Winamp, Spotify would help you. Just enter “Spotify: app: visualizer” into the search bar, and you will see various visual options that play along with the song.
Links to Specific Parts of the Song
Want to send your friends Free Birds, but ignore the excuse and get a guitar solo? Spotify makes it easy. If you share the URL of the song (a special kind of custom Spotify link that only works on Spotify)