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Spotify introduces its personal ‘Tales’ characteristic for musicians

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Go behind-the-scenes of your favorite tracks and albums…

Spotify have taken inspiration from the likes of Instagram and Fb with the introduction of their new ‘Tales’ characteristic.

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Just like how social media platforms permit customers to share snapshots of their lives throughout 24 hours, the streaming large has adopted the idea to go well with musicians.

Artists signed as much as the service will be capable of supply an perception into their inventive course of through Spotify Storyline, with the content material showing onscreen as tracks play. The replace has been in comparison with the app’s present ‘Behind The Lyrics’ add-on – powered by companion firm, Genius.

As Billboard notes, artists and labels will be capable of add mixtures of lyrics, textual content, and pictures to accompany their songs. Customers of the beta model can entry the six-second pictures through a brand new button on the backside of their display.

“We’re at all times testing new methods to create higher experiences for extra customers,” stated a Spotify spokesperson of the brand new characteristic, which is on the market on Spotify’s iOS and Android cell variations – it’s not but out there on desktop.

Spotify already permits customers to observe one another’s profiles, see what one another are listening to, and share public playlists amongst mates.

In the meantime, it was revealed final month that rival firm Apple Music now has extra paid subscribers than Spotify within the US. A report said that the corporate’s progress price sits at about 2.6% to three%, in comparison with Spotify’s 1.5% to 2%.

In different information, it was reported earlier this 12 months that Spotify and Amazon are in a authorized battle with songwriters over royalties.


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