Spotify’s new update brings a fresh interface to Samsung Galaxy devices

Spotify is a very popular music streaming app among all smartphone users, whether it’s Android or iOS. Whenever it comes to listening to your favorite music, the first choice is always Spotify. One of the main reasons behind trending is its simplicity, which allows users to listen to their favorite songs without any complications. To further expand its ease of use, the company has rolled out a new update for Android users.

All the new interface changes are coming at the same time as the announcement of a major expansion of audiobooks, which will be accessible for free with your Spotify subscription, starting this week in the UK.

What new changes are coming with the new version?

With the latest update, Spotify’s developer team has brought several changes to the interface of the application, like the new user interface, which modifies the Home tab of the application with significant changes and a redesigned top bar. Several contents, like filters for music, podcasts, and audiobooks, are moved to the top of the screen; however, the UI of these features is still the same as previously.

The most important change is the introduction of a hamburger menu, which will give access to several shortcuts, including viewing your profile, accessing settings, viewing your listening history, and viewing the feed dedicated to news.

Additionally, with the new update, you will get simple access to settings as it is now available with a new tab, while earlier it was located under the library tab, which creates a bit of confusion and is tricky to find for new users.

If you want to try all these changes on your smartphones, then you should update the app to the latest version, which will be available according to your device. To check whether the update is available for your device or not, tap on this link, which will redirect you to the official Spotify page on the Google Play Store.

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