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Spotify on the iPad now supports Split View and Slide Over modes

Spotify finally supports a couple of useful features for the iPad. Version will let you access the app without having to open a full-screen instance of it. You can find new music or switch songs via a limited pull-down menu. If you want to use Split View, you just need to tap and drag the top of the Spotify view window to the top of the screen. This will then split your screen with your other app of choice at the bottom. You can adjust the size to suit your preference. As for Slide Over, you need to add Spotify to your iPad dock. You will then be able to open the app even if you’re using a different one. It’ll sit on top of the app you’re currently running.

Source: The Verge


Spotify wants to be the car radio alternative with ‘Your Daily Drive’ playlist

While it seems to be limited to US users for now, Spotify is making its case for becoming your in-car entertainment source. The company just announced the personalized Your Daily Drive playlist. It combines the music you love with news talk shows and updates from “reputable sources” to turn the service into your own radio station of sorts. The playlist will include short-form podcast news updates from the Wall Street Journal, PRI, and NPR as well as a mix of your favorite songs and new tracks based on your listening habits. The playlist will be updated throughout the day with a promise to “keep both the music and news fresh.”


Spotify tries out Stories feature for artists

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Spotify has its own take on Snapchat’s Stories feature and is calling it Storyline. The idea behind this is that musicians can share Stories-like content on their songs—whether these be a song’s influences or making-of trivia fans would love to hear. Unlike the Behind the Lyrics feature, which pulls information from Genius, artists will have to work directly with Spotify. The streaming service is trying out the feature on both Android and iOS, but it won’t say if or when this feature will be widely available to its users. The company says it’s always trying out new features and experiences. Expect it to show up for popular musicians.

Source: Engadget


Beyoncé releases ‘Lemonade’ on Spotify and Apple Music after three years

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When Lemonade first came out, Beyoncé made the album a Tidal-exclusive, which is a streaming service that the star had a stake in. Now, three years after its launch, the album is coming to the big streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music. Lemonade was the best-selling album of 2016 with 2.5 million worldwide sales. It came with a visual album and racked up different awards include an Emmy, Grammy, and Peabody Awards.

It’s been a big week for Beyoncé and the Beyhive. She just released her Coachella 2018 performance through the Netflix documentary Homecoming. There was a live album to accompany said documentary. And there are even rumours she has more projects in the work with Netflix. And in case you’ve forgotten, she is going to star as Nala in the upcoming The Lion King remake.

Source: Engadget