Discussion in 'Technology Forum' started by Supernova, May 6, 2016.
Anyone constantly blown by how good the recommended is?
I wish. I feel like they only make suggestions based on 20% of my listening
Main thing I love about Spotify, no comparison anywhere else
It's always sooo on point. Love it.
Did anybody get the UI Update with the new lightning bolt icon that contains a follow feed? The feed essentially is a live list of new music from artists you follow, as its released. Looks to have been in A/B Testing and now missing again from those that did have it - looked like an actually really good change to Spotify. Hope they actually roll it out publicly.
I had it for a while and really liked it. I hope they do too. I want it back! (ha)
I really miss the lyric module. That was one of my favorite features.
kinda liking the new album page
There’s a new album page?
That's the thing with Spotify, they roll things out so randomly. Something new in one country could be about a month and a half old in another.
moved the add/love button & “more” tab.
still don’t like that the default play is on shuffle mode, like, if I’m hitting play on an album, I want to hear it in album order, and wish there were separate add and love options.
Ah, my App has been like that for a while now. Spotify and its random roll outs eh!
This Is How Many Streams You Need On Spotify To Live Above The Poverty Line
lol $12,000. If your rent was a cheap 500 a month, you'd have $6000 left for food/gas/other expenses. $16 per day.
Realistically that's not even close to what you'd need because a musician is gonna need all sorts of equipment and whatnot as well.
As somebody who uses and enjoys Spotify and Apple Music for difference reasons, it’s good to see Spotify remove this limit on songs/albums. Granted many people won’t hit 10,000 but any limit on a collection when paying for a premium subscription is rubbish in my opinion.
Spotify library ditches 10,000 song limit - 9to5Google
I had to remove albums constantly it was so annoying lol
I don't have many saved/downloaded songs myself; instead I just keep everything in particular playlists, and since I have an unlimited data plan it just makes more sense to stream the songs instead
I like being able to scroll through artists/albums, I only use playlists for shuffling really
I've always wondered why the "popular songs" section on artist pages is ordered the way it is. Like the #3 song will have three times the play count the #1 song does
Lol I also wonder that
it's like a "heat" algorithm that involves how new the song is and how many plays it has
My Release Radar from Friday is 197 songs, or 12 hours and 12 minutes. Jeeezzz
Damn. Mine was close to 4 hours
Why do they keep updating the "Artist" section on the "Your Library" tab and making it worse?