Spotify Reportedly Working on Adding Native Music Playback Strengthen on Android



Spotify is working on adding improve for native music playback on Android, as per a tipster. Notable reverse engineer expert Jane Manchun Wong said that Spotify’s app on Android may soon have on-device or native files improve. A screenshot shows a toggle which may also be enabled to ‘Show device files.’ Spotify users may not wish to sync from the desktop to play in the neighborhood stored music on the phone. It’s not lucid so far if this feature will be limited to Spotify Premium users or whether it is going to roll out to free users as polite.

The most recent Spotify feature is being tested for Android at the moment, as per Jane Manchun Wong. She said that she wasn’t aware of the feature being tested for the iOS app so far.

The toggle under Spotify’s settings, as visible in the screenshot shared by Jane Manchun Wong, gives users the option to turn on the ‘Show device files’ option. This will show all of the audio files that are there on the user’s device in Your Library. It sort of feels that the app will scan your phone for audio files which were saved, and show then in the Your Library section on the app.

To listen to in the neighborhood downloaded files, Spotify users currently have to log in to their accounts on the mobile app in addition to Spotify on the desktop. They also need to be synced on the same native network.

Since the feature is only testing at the moment, it generally is a while before it rolls out to a much wider audience. This feature will bring the preferred music streaming app to the likes of YouTube Music, which lets users play in the neighborhood stored files and uploaded songs.

Spotify has recently also started rolling out a Stories feature on Android and iOS to a limited group of artists. Through this, users will be capable of share video clips that have snippets of songs and album art, in addition to snippets of their playlists.

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