Spotify Premium Updated With Improved Search, Better Personalized Radio Stations, and More

Ruben Fields
October 21, 2018

The latest update have already begun rolling out globally to both Android and iOS users with a Premium account, so expect it to land on your device in the coming days if it hasn't already.

Spotify's Premium tier updates are rolling out now to Android and iOS subscribers around the globe. The new update includes the new streamlined navigation, more personalized search, and an overhauled endless artist radio feature.

There's a new search system in the mix in this month's update.

Also new are revamped Artist Radios.

"That's why, starting today, we're refreshing Spotify Premium to give our subscribers an even more personal and intuitive experience", the company said in a blog post on Thursday.

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Earlier this year, Spotify upgrade its free service to allow those without the cash to have a little more freedom within the music-streaming app.

Once you click into the search field, you'll get the familiar list of "recent searches", so you can quickly find that artist or track you previously looked up. "At the top of the screen, listeners can find their Top Genres-from indie to country to reggae-and easily discover the music that best reflects them and their mood".

Also Read- How Spotify Premium APK Works, Is Downloading It Legal? It gives you easier access to the Home, Search, and Your Library sections of the app. Especially when these "radio stations" are "updated regularly to keep things fresh", as well as available to play while offline. The Browse option has been integrated into the Search page as it mainly showed genre-based suggestions and personalized playlists.

The personalised search functions will let users search for "artists, albums, podcasts, and more", with the system's algorithms recommending new music based on those searches.

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