FP TrendingNov 30, 2020 17:08:22 IST
Audio streaming platform Spotify is presently testing a narrative characteristic on the app for each iOS and Android customers. These appear to be the tales provided by apps like Fb, YouTube, and Instagram, and pop up after a person clicks on the spherical profile icon. However for now, the tales have been posted by singers with whom Spotify has collaborated and are showing on chosen playlists solely.
Story uploads by well-known singers like Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Lopez, Meghan Trainor, Pentatonix and others may be seen on the app model of Spotify presently within the playlist of Christmas Hits. All of those celebs have songs included within the playlists and the artists may be seen recalling their favorite Christmas recollections and the way they got here up with the concept for his or her Christmas music.
This characteristic just isn’t seen on the net model of the app and began showing after Spotify rearranged its Christmas Hits playlist. The playlist has 113 songs at current and the listing consists of ‘All I would like for Christmas is You’ by Maraiah Carrey, ‘Santa Inform Me’ by Ariana Grande, ‘Beneath the tree’ by Kelly Clarkson and ‘Joyful Xmas’ by John Lenon and Yoko Ono.
As identified by Engadget, related tales may be seen for another playlists created by Spotify as properly. These are Tear Drop and the superior model of Megan Thee Stallion’s iconic album Good Information.
The portal got here in touch with a Spotify spokesperson who confirmed that the streaming service supplier was testing the story characteristic by calling in some artists. So there is no such thing as a surety if the tales might be seen sooner or later or if customers will be capable of create their very own tales.
Including that Spotify constantly retains testing new options, the spokesperson said: “A few of these checks find yourself paving the trail for our broader person expertise and others serve solely as an vital studying. We’ve got no additional information to share on future plans right now.”