Millions of users in Europe They use Spotify on their Android phones. The application has incorporated many functions in recent months, although its design has remained unchanged for a few years. It appears that the firm is working to renew the look of the library in the app on Android.
Spotify will do the the library interface on Android is much more intuitive and comfortable to wear. A welcome change, which will allow you to move more comfortably between your playlists and podcasts, if you have podcasts saved in your account, for example.
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When you open the library in the Spotify app on Android, you you will find the available categories: playlists, artists, albums and podcasts. You will now find all these contents directly on the home page of this one, in the order in which you reproduced them. In the list, you can see both playlists and artists or albums. Unlike so far, where you will only see the separate categories.
If you want access one of the specific categories, you just need to click on the top option, eg playlists. The app will then take you to your playlists. At the top, you will see that the category name is displayed in green, so that it is easy for you to identify which category you are in.
This new library design in Spotify is starting to appear in version 184.108.40.2064 of the application. Although it looks like this is an update that is being launched on the server side, as there are some users with this version of the app installed, but still have the old library design.
It is likely that it will take a few days before all users already have this new library design in the app. You can download the app now from the Play Store and check if you already have this new interface:
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