Spotify is considering allowing free users to listen to music offline, with a limit of 30 minutes per day: this and much more has discovered the usual Jane Manchun Wong, an expert in reverse engineering who often deals with finding clues of upcoming news. in mobile apps.
Spotify is working on letting free users play offline for 30 minutes every day pic.twitter.com/q9Vn3tQOKD
– Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) September 5, 2020
Among the other innovations that the music streaming giant discovered by Wong is working we point out:
- Function that allows you to save your favorite episodes of a podcast in a sort of "bookmark area"
- Automatically update your playlists when new relevant songs arrive
- New home page for drive mode, with a larger grid of suggested playlists, a banner reminding you that you can control the app with Google Assistant, an updated layout for the navigation bar and playback page.
Just a few days ago, the same source had revealed another function in the works, that of virtual events. As usual, it is impossible to know if and when these novelties will actually be officially presented.