There are too many restrictions on free accounts, even if I’ve never paid for a premium subscription.
Shuffle mode by default means you can’t pick the music you want, and you can only go to the next song six times each hour.
Their approach seems to be to aid in the success of other artists’ tunes.
However, I believe a more effective technique is to have a recommended playlist on the front page for (unpopular songs/small artists) with a great deal of promise.
It’s a good software, but I don’t like how you have to pay to get unlimited skips and the ability to play your music in any sequence, even if the screen is switched off.
Also, the songs that were suggested aren’t my style.
Make it a pop-up with the option to dismiss it.
In the absence of any skips and the desire to simply play the song, it’s frustrating.
Please keep this in mind. Thank you.
As of a recent upgrade, Spotify has become my primary music player.
I’m unable to hear the previous song, there are only six skips every hour, and the advertising are getting in the way.
There are around five advertisements before I can start listening to my music.
It doesn’t always play.
Please switch to something else.
I think I’ll switch to a different music app.
Show me you’re incorrect.
It’s become a regular part of my daily routine.
On Spotify, save for the ad-free experience and a few songs I can’t get, I’ve had a wonderful time.
This app has been acting strangely since this evening.
The only thing that appears when I try to access an album or track, or even one of my favorite songs, is a white screen. This is driving me insane.
My phone has been reset, I’ve uninstalled, and reinstalled the app with no success.
So Spotify, please fix this problem as soon as possible because it is ruining the mood.
I recently found out that the problem I’m having with Spotify isn’t widespread, but it’s also new.
I can’t use the program because it freezes at the logo start-up page when I try to open it.
Spotify is up to date, and my phone is a Google Pixel 2, which is an old phone, but it’s fully updated.
Even after deleting and reinstalling the program, the problem persists.
Three years ago, I started using Spotify and it’s been fantastic ever since.
I’m not sure if the recent update is to blame for the problem I’ve been experiencing.
Not only am I able to duplicate everything I need but the control bar for pause, next, and previous does not display in the app or notification bar.
Even with earbuds on, I have no control over what is being played back.
There’s a wide range of viewpoints in this room.
If you want an algorithm that performs its job, it’s straightforward to use and provides decent quality.
In contrast, there are a lot of advertising, and I only received four while listening to one song.
Unless it’s included in one of your daily mixes, you can’t choose the specific song you want to listen to.
In addition, I’ve discovered a few issues, such as selecting a song from the daily mix and having it replace it with a different one and play it repeatedly (cleaning cache fixed it though)
Spotify is one of my favorite music streaming services.
When I try to listen to music or podcasts on my phone, they play for about 10 seconds before stopping. It says they’re playing, but they aren’t. This is how I usually listen to music and podcasts.
On my laptop, it plays without a hitch and without any restrictions on skips, even if I don’t have premium.
If Spotify can figure out a method to play the entire song on phones, the rating may go up.
Spotify has been a part of my life for a long time, and I’m generally pleased with it.
However, the play/pause bar on the bottom of the screen disappears at odd moments during the day following their recent upgrade.
When this happens, you’re left with no way to halt your music except to press the button on your wireless headphones, which is a major pain.
A switch to a new music platform may be on the cards if this problem persists.
For the first time, I’m utilizing Spotify.
Love it so far!
Just a few ideas from my side:
Swiping down and up in the music player should be possible without using the arrow keys.
2. A double touch to search for roughly 10 seconds would be a wonderful addition.
We should be able to swipe down in the little music player to remove it.
Spotify could benefit from more animations on the pause and play buttons.
And finally, there are occasions when the app fails to open at all.
Since my last review, Spotify has run more smoothly, requiring me to delete less of the app’s history.
The new “plus” button in the lower right corner is something I’m not a fan of.
I don’t need a specific menu item for playlists because I don’t make any, and I don’t listen to podcasts either.
It serves no purpose for me, so I removed it off my keyboard and shifted the other buttons I used to the left.
A wonderful app, in general.
I’m simply being picky about the UI’s incessant evolution.
It’s a plus that it’s free to use and that you can access your favorite playlists and podcasts through it.
One problem is that I can’t always hear the podcasts I’ve downloaded and saved on my computer.
It’s also possible to start a playlist from the beginning, however this isn’t always the case.
I used to create a new playlist, then return to the top, but that hasn’t worked in a long time.