Spotify updates its Android app, adds new time-saving features

Spotify updates its Android app, adds new time-saving features
Music streaming site Spotify updated its Android app on Tuesday, adding a number of features that users are going to want. First, we should explain that Spotify has two levels of service starting with a 48 hour free trial that gives you access to unlimited tunes. After the trial period is up, you can continue using the app to listen to your music, or you can subscribe to Spotify Premium. With that service, users get unlimited access to Spotify's library.

Today's update, only available for the Android version of the app, allows you to filter and sort your playlists and tracks. After the update, when you return to your playlist view, it will always be to the same position. And Spotify's Android users will be happy to see that the app no longer crashes when the $ is used in a username. When you log out and then log back into Spotify, the app will now start up from where you left off.

It sounds like Spotify users are gaining a few time saving features with this update, which is available now from the Google Play Store.

source: Spotify via AndroidCentral

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