Back in October of this year, Apple officially announced a brand new plan for its popular music streaming service, Apple Music. It's called the Voice Plan, and it's designed to benefit just a single user -- as opposed to the multi-user support in the other plans. The real catch is that it's voice-only.
Your Spotify Wrapped 2021 year-in-review has arrived, letting you see all the top songs, artists, genres, podcasts and more that you've listened to the most in 2021.
As 2021 wraps up, there are "best of" awards to give out. And to show off just how popular something was as the year wraps up. Apple Music is doing just that as November closes out. The streaming service has already announced the winners of 2021, and now it's showing off the most-played songs, too.
When Apple brought iOS 13 into the world, it brought with it real-time lyrics support for Apple Music subscribers. This meant, on supported songs, users could have the lyrics presented to them with fluid animation, keeping up with the song in real time. It's a handy feature, supported across different devices and Apple's platforms. So of course Spotify needed to get in on the action, too.
Spotify lets you follow artists and people. Similarly, others can follow you. By default, what you are listening to on Spotify can be seen by your friends and followers. But if you want to hide this, here's how to turn on Private Session. Plus, we also tell you its consequences and an alternative solution.
Technically speaking, Spotify users who upgraded their computer to a Mac outfitted with Apple's custom M1 processor didn't lose support for the music streaming service's desktop app. However, the official, public version doesn't natively support Apple's new chip architecture right now. But it looks like that will be changing soon.
There is no denying that, despite relying on algorithms, one of the primary reasons to use Spotify is its personalized experience. The service is very good at finding what listeners like to listen to, both in terms of artists they already follow and new ones. And now Spotify is launching a handful of new personalization tools.
With June getting started, it's Pride month. And, as is par for the course, Apple is using its resources to celebrate throughout the month, with its music streaming service highlighting a range of artists throughout June.
Apple has launched a dedicated Apple Music page highlighting Pride month, celebrating the LGBTQ+ community in various ways. The new dedicated page is launching with Pride month, and Apple will be highlighting different artists and genres throughout June. However, the new section of Apple Music will also be getting updated throughout the rest of the year, too.
Pandora is still one of the most popular music streaming services out there. And for any listener who has been waiting for a widget so they can quickly jump right back into what they were listening to, the wait is finally over.
Spotify changed the library experience for its listeners quite some time ago. However, the streaming service has just announced another major change that may be a more welcomed one.
Are you trying to decide which music service to commit to? Apple Music, Spotify, and Pandora are at the top of the list of options. They each offer terrific features, are available across multiple platforms, and are comparable in price. So what makes each stand out may be your deciding factor. Let’s have a look!
As you probably already know, Apple Music, Spotify, and Pandora all provide similar features. You can create playlists, listen to stations, manage your music library, tune into podcasts, and much more. So rather than list the same features for each service, we’ll call out some special features and the differences.
The leading music-streaming service Spotify has rolled out a new feature that lets customers use a wake phrase to summon Spotify’s built-in voice search feature into action.