Spotify recently launched a new feature that everyone’s been singing about – Spotify Karaoke. The users will be able to sing their favorite songs, and at the end of the track, the app will rate their performance. The new implementation might create an innovative social trend across the web.
Will it be for everyone?
It is still not available for all users, but the Sweden startup is intending to make it available for everyone in the next few months. It was also stated that the feature will not be limited to the use of the premium accounts only. The condition as of now to use the new feature is to update the app with the latest version. Many users on Twitter are sharing that they still do not see the new
okay did anybody else know that spotify had a karaoke mode or was i just supposed to find that out myself??? pic.twitter.com/pXbg5vZ8Nx
— mia ✦ (@mythicalmia) June 26, 2022
How does it work?
Once you select a song, you should be able to click on the “Sing” button located in the right top corner of the Lyrics section and you are ready to go. You’ll see a sound bar that will gauge your voice as you sing. The final score will be visible right after the end of the song.
What’s next for Spotify?
Spotify is also working on a “Supergrouper” feature. The user will be able to create a list of up to five artists. Based on this information, the app will automatically generate a playlist limited to this selection.
Another feature from Spotify is the option to hide and unhide songs. This simply tells the algorithm that you do not prefer certain songs from public playlists.
Spotify is reportedly rolling out a Karaoke feature, which also gives you a score. pic.twitter.com/Fxyr7IUfE7
— Pop Base (@PopBase) June 27, 2022
How Spotify is performing so far in 2022?
The famous streaming app is closing Q2 with bright hopes for revenue growth, gross profit margin increase, and bigger market share. The company has already reported strong results from Q1.
The monthly active users are 422 million, which is a 19% increase compared to last year. On the other hand, the subscribers are also on the rise totaling 182 million or a 15% increase year over year.
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Sources: Sophia June (Nylon) / Aisha Malik (TechCrunch)