Thanks to a Twitter user, we now know that Spotify is working on features like karaoke, group sessions and the ability to listen to music offline for 30 minutes per day for free users. Credit: Spotify - Morning Brew / Unsplash
Let it s 'act of make podcasts a priority or add video support , the company continues to improve the audio experience. Earlier this year, Spotify had already added the realtime lyrics function , but it looks like the company wants to go even further.
Indeed, Jane Manchun Wong , famous for hacking apps and software to find new features developed by companies, revealed Spotify's plans on its Twitter account. The company plans to implement a karaoke function .
The feature allows users to adjust the voice level of the songs they are listening to . In addition, lyrics appear at the screen as songs play , which allows for a user-friendly karaoke experience. Presumably the option to reduce vocals volume will be applied by default.
Free users are not left out
According to Jane, one of the biggest changes that could be made to the music streaming service is the ability for users to listen to free music offline for 30 minutes a day . Currently offline streaming is restricted to paid subscribers.
Indeed, users do not 'with no subion can only use the platform if they have an Internet connection. Thanks to this new feature, they could listen to music saved for half an hour every day without a mobile or Wi-Fi connection. -Fi .
Finally, group sessions would also be planned. They will allow users on the same Wi-Fi network to connect to audio devices such as speakers. speakers .