Spotify revamps its previously bloated mobile apps

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The brand-new Spotify app streamlines the whole experience making it simpler to find tunes.
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Spotify’s mobile app simply got a significant overhaul.

The music streaming app, offered for iOS and Android and presenting internationally to users in the coming weeks, has actually been revamped from the ground up to be quicker and easier for non-paying users to gain access to particular tunes from playlists.

Additionally, the app’s got a brand-new “Data Saver” mode that’ll lower its information use by approximately 75 percent over 3G.

Spotify’s mobile app formerly didn’t let non-paying clients pay attention to particular tracks, just playlists on shuffle mode. The old gimped mobile experience was a great way to press users to spend for Spotify Premium, however it never ever made much sense, specifically when the desktop apps didn’t have the exact same constraints.

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