Share this article Share The streaming service has released an update for its app for Windows 10 Mobile.
The app now has a better interface and better search functionality, and Spotify says it now offers a better user experience on devices that support the new update.
The update is rolling out globally in the UK and the US.
You can download it here: https://support.spotify.com/en-us/p/upgrade-your-spotify-player-version-to-the-latest-update-for-android/p5fzvqk2p2k4c/If you’re running the current version of Spotify on Android, you will be able to get it installed and update on your device via the Android app store, but you won’t be able directly update it via the browser.
Spotify also says it is now making a few improvements to its mobile app, including improved support for the latest version of the Windows 10 Creators Update, which brings several new features.
The biggest improvement is the ability to add new tracks directly from the web.
Previously, Spotify added new songs as they were added to your playlist, but if you did not update your Spotify account before adding new tracks to your collection, the app would stop updating and ask you to wait for a new update from Spotify.
This new feature makes it easier to add tracks to a playlist directly from your web browser.
You will also be able now to add more than just a single song from your library to your Spotify playlist.
This allows you to add a whole collection of songs to your streaming library.
You are now able to save your favourite Spotify tracks directly to your music library in one click.
This is a big step forward for Spotify as it tries to make it easier for users to manage and share their collection of music.
Spotify has been criticized for its lack of automation when it comes to music discovery and discovery features in the past.
The service has been plagued by issues with users sharing music without permission or not being able to share tracks on their own terms.
The new feature also comes at a time when Spotify is preparing to launch its first paid subscription streaming service, which will be available starting on August 3.