Following up on a recent Spotify revamp that has painted it black with an all-new look, the Swedish music streaming service has issued another update to its iOS app, bringing out a better way to organize your music, a Repeat One functionality and several bug fixes for a few nasty issues that were introduced in the last release.
Spotify version 1.1 is available free in the App Store. Jump past the fold for the full changelog and additional notes…
You’ll notice a new Your Music feature, billed as a “better way to save, organize and browse your favorite music”. Next, users can now set the same song to repeat over and over again using an all-new Repeat One function.
The company cautions that Repeat One is available for Premium users and free users on the iPad. Moreover, Spotify has apologized for issues you may be experiencing after updating to version 1.0, which was released early-April.
First, an apology from us. We know there were some issues introduced in the last release. We’ve been getting through a lot of coffee trying to fix them, and things should get a lot better with this release! Thanks for bearing with us.
The update has fixed issues that causes the app to crash unexpectedly and another one which made it impossible to delete your radio stations. Also, you should experience way smoother track skipping in this Spotify update.
If you haven’t checked out Spotify’s new black look, here’s a quick video walkthrough.
The app is universal and requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Spotify is now available free of charge, in exchange for ads. To get rid of advertising and enjoy advanced features, you’ll need to buy a Premium subscription that will run you$9.99 per month.
Regional restrictions apply.