Spotify app’s lighter variant will be coming to India that will be attuned with low-end Android devices having low storage space and RAM. The firm has launched the app’s beta version that is, at present, accessible at the Google Play store. The Spotify Lite beta app, in comparison to the usual Spotify app, is just 11 MB in size and can function even in slow network circumstances. It is attuned with all Android devices having version 4.1 or beyond.
Already the Spotify Lite app is accessible in other developing nations like Mexico, Brazil, Indonesia, and Malaysia. The Spotify Lite beta application has analogous features and enables users to discover and play their favorite songs, enables them to find new music as well as enjoy playlists curated for them. Also, it monitors data and storage.
To recollect, Spotify was introduced in February in India. The app enables users to play music for free, although the app’s free variant is not ad-free. The usual Spotify application can be downloaded for Android and iOS with subscription beginning at Rs 13/Day. One can also have a monthly subscription at Rs 119/month known as Spotify Premium. Users can try the app for free for initial 30 Days. Spotify, in India, offers music in diverse Indian languages comprising Telugu, Tamil, Punjabi, Hindi, and more. Spotify, besides music, also presents podcasts.
Likewise, a music-editing software firm possessed by Spotify, Soundtrap, has introduced a new product recently that is particularly developed to make podcast editing simpler. The new product, dubbed Soundtrap for Storytellers, is a complete, web-based podcast production tool that enables customers to edit, record, and master their audio. The app’s striking feature is how easy it’s thought to make editing: words can just be cut out from an automated transcript of their chat by podcasters and the modifications will be reflected automatically in the audio.