Spotify is overhauling the “Your Library” part of its cellular app with a brand new format, higher search filters, and shortcut choices that ought to make sifting by means of your ever-expanding Spotify assortment quite a bit much less tedious.
New library sorting choices
The Your Library tab additionally now consolidates your music assortment and podcast subscriptions right into a single, searchable record. The default view shows your total music and podcast library directly, however you can too faucet to view simply albums, playlists, artists, or podcasts episodes. As at all times, you possibly can prepare your assortment alphabetically (together with creator names), by just lately performed, or by just lately added.
For Premium subscribers, the “Downloaded” toggle filters your assortment down to simply content material saved in your telephone—a useful choice whenever you’re coping with poor connections or restricted knowledge plans. All of those new sorting choices seem on the high of the Your Library tab.
A grid view
You may also toggle a brand new grid format that makes use of giant thumbnails for artist pictures, album covers, and podcast logos. It’s not absolutely changing the usual record view, however the bigger photos make it simpler to rapidly spot an merchandise out of your library. Faucet the grid icon within the upper-right of the library tab to toggle the brand new format.
Together with the brand new grid format and expanded sorting choices, now you can pin content material to the highest of the Your Library tab to entry an album or podcast quicker. The app allows you to pin as much as 4 playlists, artists, albums, or podcast episodes at a time, however you can too pin playlist folders for quick entry to a number of playlists. To pin an merchandise in Your Library, swipe proper on the thumbnail and faucet “pin.”
All of those new Spotify options are rolling out to all iOS and Android customers over the approaching days. Remember to test the Apple App Retailer and Google Play Retailer for any pending app updates.