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Spotify subscribers will have separate play buttons

News coming soon for Premium subscribers dell’App di Spotifywhich will soon have play buttons “Play” and “Shuffle” completely separate. The option was announced in these hours by the company, which is already beginning to implement single buttons for the two functions. Overall, the feature is expected to be integrated on iOS and Android devices “in the coming weeks”. So let’s go find out something more.

Spotify: App separates “Play” and “Shuffle” buttons for Premium subscribers

“Music, and the way you listen to it, should be under your control – writes Spotify on its official blog -. So, from the moment you hit Play on Spotify, you decide how you want to listen to your favorite playlists or that new album you’re obsessed with. So to make this choice even clearer and easier, we’re improving the listener experience and separating the Shuffle and Play buttons for Spotify Premium users. This new change will allow you to choose the mode you prefer at the top of your playlists and albums, and listen to them as you like. Whether you love the joy of the unexpected with Shuffle mode, or whether you prefer to listen to songs in order by simply pressing Play “.

Apparently, therefore, the possibility of having separate buttons for playing music tracks will be a novelty as much for the Premium users of the Spotify Appas well as for artists who want their albums to come heard in the original playing order. Just last year, in fact, Adele had publicly criticized the shuffle proposed by the music streaming platform. “We don’t create albums with so much care and we didn’t think about our tracklist for no reason – commented the singer on Twitter -. Our art tells a story and our stories should be heard as we wanted “.

The demand from the artists led the Spotify App to introduce the standard play button by default on the album pages instead of the combination “Play” and “Shuffle”. Now, however, the platform has taken it a step further by separating the two buttons and allowing users to choose how to listen to music they prefer. An option valid only and exclusively for Premium subscribers, mind you. Although it sounds kind of funny that Spotify is using the UI as a differentiator between the free and paid offers. Yet it would seem so. Can we consider it a step forward or just a way to make fun of users?

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