Spotify Review

February 13, 2022 § Leave a comment

Spotify’s intuitive interface looks much the same as before, although minor layout changes have been made to accommodate new features, and the desktop app has been brought in line with the mobile version.

The Search page is a well-maintained section that throws up playlists from various genres to suit various moods. It has constantly updated UK and global charts and a ‘New Release’ area for your attention. Don’t miss the ‘Concert’ section, which flags up gigs fitting with your music tastes and location. The same goes for the ‘Podcast’ tab, which opens up a rich zone of targeted podcast suggestions, genres and playlists to search through.

For more familiar listening, the Home page is where you’ll find your current favourites and most played, as well as assorted compilations along the same lines. You won’t find much new listening here, but it’s a handy welcome splash. 

Music discovery through a series of personalised algorithmic playlists is at the forefront of Spotify’s innovation, though, and is essentially where the service leapfrogs its rivals. Head to the ‘Discover’ tab in the Search/Browse section for this.


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