After launching its bot on Messenger earlier this year, Spotify has decided to kick it up a notch and add more if its functionalities on Messenger. It now allows the creation of co-operative playlists and the best part is that not every contributing member needs to have a Spotify account.
“Playlisting is more fun with friends and starting today the process is getting even more social,” Spotify said.
Once the playlist has been created and shared through Messenger using the Spotify Chat Extension, contributors can add songs by tapping the blue ‘+’ icon next to the composer.
With Group Playlist, you can all contribute to a playlist for parties, road trips or groups. While the music streaming company has already supported collaborative playlists across platforms, this is the first time that it works this way with a separate messaging app.
As it moved to Messenger, Spotify has also announced that it will now be available on Windows 10 and Windows 10 S operating systems, in 60 countries worldwide. Spotify has been previously available through a Windows app but now it will be directly available on the Windows Store.
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Via: | TechCrunch |
Source: | Spotify |
Image Credits: | T3 |