Making playlists is an important feature on Spotify. It allows you to create your own channels based on any category you desire. Creating a playlist on your iPad is no different than creating one on your iPhone and they can be used across devices as long as you are logged in to the same account. Here's how to create a playlist on Spotify.
As expected, Spotify unveiled new features for its music streaming service at a special media event in New York City. The company announced it will be adding videos and podcasts to its platform alongside "activity-based playlists," according to Tech Crunch. The announcement comes a few weeks before Apple is expected to unveil its revamped music services, such as an "all-new" Music app.
A Spotify Premium account is currently $9.99 per month. Premium members do not have to listen to ads, can play any song, any time on any device, and can download music to listen offline.
A free account is supported by advertisements, and does not allow offline listening or the ability to choose songs on demand.
Spotify will begin offering free play on mobile devices beginning December 11, 2013. You can access the free music streaming service by downloading the Spotify iOS app from the App Store. The free service is supported by advertisements and does not allow you to select tracks on demand. Here's a list of features:
- Your music: Listen to all the playlists you’ve created and playlists from the people you follow. Spotify lets you discover new music, save, shuffle and share.
Spotify has been converted into a universal app making the popular iPhone music platform available to iPad owners for the first time. Version 0.5.0 gives both iPhone and iPad users access to millions of tracks from thousands of albums. Changes include Retina display graphics, an even easier to browse catalogue, new high-definition cover art, trending playlists and grouped by user searches.
Spotify is free to download from the App Store with the option to upgrade to a Spotify Premium account. Non-premium users can test out the service for 48-hours completely free. Read on for a complete list of changes.