Spotify will separate play and shuffle buttons for Premium subscribers
Spotify is separating its play and shuffle buttons for paid subscribers, the streaming service has announced.
Currently, the Spotify interface uses a combined play and shuffle button at the top of playlists and artist pages. The change should therefore make things easier for Premium customers who prefer to listen to songs in the order in which they are listed.
Writing in a blog post, the company said the individual play and shuffle buttons will be rolling out to iOS and Android devices for Spotify subscribers globally over the next few weeks.
This new change will allow you to choose the mode you prefer at the top of playlists and albums and listen the way you want. Whether you love the joy of the unexpected with Shuffle Mode or prefer to listen to tracks in order with just a press of play, Spotify has you covered.
Spotify has been criticized in the past for its penchant for shuffling tracks, not just from users, but also from artists frustrated that their albums aren’t experienced in their proper working order.
Following the release of Adele’s “30” last November, the singer thanked Spotify for removing the shuffle button as the default option when playing albums. Artists “don’t create albums with such care and thought on our tracklist for no reason,” she said. tweeted. “Thank you Spotify for listening.”
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