Spotify Premium Gets Endless Radio and Streamlined Navigation

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The Spotify update, which starts rolling out to Premium subscribers on iOS and Android globally on Thursday, also simplifies navigation by cutting down the number of tabs at the bottom of the app from five to three (leaving just Home, Search and Your Library).

Way back in August of this year, Spotify rolled out a new UI for its iOS and Android apps that's much simpler and easy to use.

As for the biggest change to Spotify Premium, now you'll be able to access personalised radio stations for both artists and songs you select.

Spotify subscribers can treat themselves to the best streaming experience yet with Premium's new updates.

Spotify is rolling out a new update with a bunch of new features for its premium members.

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"If a subscriber wants a great playlist based on one of their favorite musicians or songs, they can simply search for it and start listening to one of the brand-new Artist Radio playlists".

For one, Spotify has streamlined its navigation.

It should be interesting to see how the addition of more features in recent months will make Spotify Premium a more tempting prospect at R60 a month. "These offer an endless listening stream personalized to the listener's own musical tastes", the company said. You don't need to worry as they are regularly updated, you can even download the song and play it offline. The Browse option has been integrated into the Search page as it mainly showed genre-based suggestions and personalized playlists.

Also, the Search page has been completely redesigned and has now become one-stop destination for searching all kinds of new music. The popular streaming app has streamlined navigation, improved search and increased artist radio.

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