Spotify is working on a new feature that will let you listen to your own playlists even in offline mode. Spotify CEO Daniel Ek has revealed that his popular music streaming platform is working on an innovative feature called “Your Offline Mix.” This new addition provides a personalized mix of recently played songs, even if your device’s internet connection is weak or unavailable. Additionally, this feature is initially available to premium users.
Additionally, these playlists can be up to 3 hours long. Plus, this feature works even when your device is in airplane mode, so you can access it while traveling by air. It will be available for both Android and iOS devices.
Spotify to introduce personalized playlists in offline mode soon
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The current offline feature allows you to manually download songs and podcasts. “Your Offline Mix”, on the other hand, automatically generates a playlist based on the content you’ve recently streamed. With this feature, premium subscribers will get a more seamless and uninterrupted music experience.
Unfortunately, the company has not revealed an official release date. But I’m sure the company will roll this feature out to everyone soon.
Currently, if a Spotify user loses internet connectivity while playing music, playback will be paused until connectivity is restored. The introduction of “Your Offline Mix” solves this problem. This allows users to continue enjoying their favorite songs and podcasts even when they are not connected to the internet.
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