Spotify’s desktop application gets a redesigned UI, downloads, and improved playlist curation

Spotify is launching a recently redesigned desktop application today by adjusting it to its portable applications’ interface. There are a lot of new features in this refreshed application, however, the best one is the ability to download songs for premium clients.

Usually, you download songs on your phone for traveling or the times when the network is inconsistent. Be that as it may, downloading them on the desktop is additionally significant. This could be valuable for when you forgot to download an album on your phone while taking a flight, or you just would prefer not to utilize your phone for some time.

Also, at whatever point Spotify’s Hi-Fi service shows up, you can listen to your offline tracks through a superior audio setup that connects to your desktop than your phone when your internet service is uneven.

Aside from this, Spotify is making it simpler to fabricate and look for playlists. You would now be able to add pictures and descriptions to your playlists so others may see effectively what’s it about. For making another playlist, you would now drag and drop songs, or even find new tracks straightforwardly through the embedded search bar in the playlist view.

The listeners’ profile page presently incorporates top artists and tracks. Also, you can look for tracks in your library through numerous filters, for example, generally important, as of late played, and as of late added. These filters make it much simpler to get around library and add as of late played tracks.

Spotify is likewise presenting synced lyrics for the web version and a single tick technique to begin an artist radio. The redesigned application will carry out beginning today, and you can download the version appropriate for your system.