What’s New is athat collects with each other new new music and material from musicians and podcasts you follow on the system. The feed, which is rolling out globally around the coming months on iOS and Android, will be available by way of a new bell icon on the major right of the app’s house display. A blue dot will exhibit when there is new information in the feed, and artists and podcasts can be extra by tapping the “Follow” button on their respective internet pages.
“What’s New helps make it less difficult than ever to capture all the latest music and episodes from the creators you adhere to,” Spotify’s announcement suggests. “Plus, it’s even updated in serious time, so you know you’ll get to hear to new content material just as it’s launched.”
Even though the new characteristic performs with songs releases, the feed is probably to be most practical for trying to keep up to date with podcasts. Irrespective of Spotify’s, its historical past as a tunes-targeted service has intended that its apps are not specially nicely suited for listening to episodic material. Focused podcasting apps, in the meantime, are intended all around chronological feeds, generating it quick to see when new episodes are out there. Ideally, What’s New will deliver some of these added benefits to Spotify.