Spotify Premium streaming is at its best with 3 new features

Streaming your favourite tunes and discovering new ones on Spotify Premium has just got even better with 3 great new updates to enhance your listening experience.

Spotify subscribers can treat themselves to the best streaming experience yet with Premium’s new updates. Three new features have been added to Spotify Premium meaning more bang for your buck and an even better music listening experience.

The new updates rolled out today for Spotify Premium subscribers on both iOS and Android devices. Here’s what’s new on Spotify Premium:

Streamlined Navigation

We’ve refined the navigation to help people quickly find what they’re looking for. Subscribers can get great recommendations on Home, discover something new with Search, and access favourite songs, artists, playlists, and podcasts in Your Library.

Personalized Search

Our redesigned Search page in the new one-stop destination for artists, albums, podcasts, and more – whether the subscriber knows what they’re searching for or wants to explore something new. At the top of the screen, listeners can find their Top Genres – from indie to country to reggae- and easily discover the music that best reflects them and their mood.

Endless Artist Radio

If a subscriber wants a great playlist based on one of their favourite musicians or songs, they can simply search for it and start listening to one of the brand-new Artist Radio playlists. These offer an endless listening stream personalised to the listener’s own musical tastes. They’re updated regularly to keep things fresh – and what’s more, they’re even downloadable and available to play while offline.

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