Spotify for iOS scores an equalizer with a lot of presets in tow, at long last3
Apart from the prominent addition of the equalizer, the update also comes with a few other interface improvements. Frankly said, these are of the hate-it-or-love-it type, as they might greatly annoy die-hard fans of Spotify – the Discover option, which was previously a standalone one, is now embedded inside Browse. This only applies to the iPhone version of the app, whereas its iPad counterpart has been treated to a revamped Artist page, which now shows the performer's latest release and merchandise. All in all, small changes, which are aimed to further improve the experience and make the app more user-friendly.
Several months ago, the interfaces and the visuals of the Android, iOS, and Windows Phone versions of Spotify were fundamentally revamped. Their overall interfaces also got pimped. This update, however, focuses on pure functionality, which is more than welcome. There is no word when the Android and Windows Phone versions of Spotify will score the equalizer-toting update, but it would probably come relatively soon.
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