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Category: Spotify FAQ

Spotify, the music and podcast streaming application, allows the language choice to be changed only on the Desktop. On smartphones and tablets, the configuration of the app follows the same as the operating system, so it is necessary to configure it. If you need to make this change for some reason, check out how to change Spotify’s language below.

You can change the language in Spotify for PC and in apps for Android and iOS

How to change Spotify’s language

On the desktop

It is possible to change the Spotify language directly through the program, following the steps below:

  1. Open Spotify Desktop;
  2. In the upper right corner, the arrow next to your name, click the profile menu.
  3. Select “Preferences”;
  4. In “Languages”, just select the language you want
  5. Log out of Spotify and log in again;

Your Spotify Desktop will have the updated language.

Next is how to change the language on your smartphone. The Spotify app does not allow you to change this option directly. You need to configure the operating system change for the application to keep up.

On android

Please follow the below steps to change the language on your android system.:

  1. Tap on “Settings”;
  2. Tap “General Management”;
  3. Select the option “Language and input”;
  4. Tap “Language”;
  5. Add the desired language and select;

The selected option will apply across Android and Spotify.

On iOS

To change the language on iPhone or iPad, follow the instructions:

  1. Tap on “Adjustments”;
  2. Select “General”;
  3. Tap “Language and region”;
  4. Select “iPhone (or iPad) language;
  5. Select language and confirm.

This change will reset the device and after that, Spotify will be configured in the chosen language.

It is important to note that even if your PC operating system is in Portuguese, Spotify may be downloaded in English. If this happens and you have difficulty finding the options to change the language, follow the steps I showed above, based on the images.

Category: Spotify FAQ

Spotify Match (or Blend) is a curious tool that brings together the musical tastes of two users in a single playlist. No, it has nothing to do with Tinder! In this case, you invite a friend to create a match — when they accept, Spotify will automatically create a playlist that combines songs they listen to, but not necessarily in common. This playlist is updated daily.

Use Spotify Match to create a unique playlist with another user

How to create a Match on Spotify [Playlist]

All you need is a Spotify account to make a playlist with Match. Functionality is available for Premium and Free users. Follow the steps below:

  1. Open the Spotify app on your mobile device and tap the “Search” tab in the bottom menu;
  2. Go to “Made for you”;
  3. Tap “Create a match” just below “Playlist for 2”;
  4. Tap “Invite” to select a friend. The invitation can only be used once — you’ll need to send a new link to each person you want to create a playlist with;
  5. Share the link with the person in question. Once she accepts, Spotify will create a playlist that mixes what the two of you usually listen to.

After the other person accepts the invitation, you will see a playlist titled “[person 1] + [your name]”.

The two users can identify which one was the “influence” for the music to be there — the person’s avatar appears next to the track. When a song has been pulled from their library, Spotify shows their icon.

The playlist is updated daily, which makes Match even more interesting, as the songs may change as users’ tastes change as well. It’s a curious way to get to know new music, bands and, of course, your friends’ musical preferences.

Match only works on Spotify’s mobile app for Android and iOS, so you won’t be able to find it in the Web Player or the desktop version of the app.

Category: Spotify FAQ

Using streaming applications has become common in users’ daily lives. Mainly for those who like to listen to music all the time, Spotify is one of the main services available on the web, bringing a wide variety of music styles and playlists as well. Also, the app allows you to customize playlists according to your musical taste. Below is a step-by-step guide on how to create a Spotify account.

Spotify

Instructions on how to create a Spotify account from a PC

Although the process is very simple and quick to be performed, some users may have questions about the procedure. Check it out below.

1: Access the official Spotify website and click on “Subscribe”;
2: Next, fill in the registration form with your data or login via Facebook;
3: Read the terms of use and the service’s privacy policy and complete the registration under “Subscribe”

Once finished, you can start using Spotify on your PC in two ways: by downloading and installing the application or via the web player, available via your browser.

In addition, you can also customize your profile by adding a photo of your choice.

How to create a Spotify account from mobile

  1. Download the Spotify app from your app store;
  2. When starting, choose the method you want to register. Tap on “Sign up for free” if you prefer to register through the app itself;
  3. Inform your personal data such as email, password, and date of birth;
  4. Complete the registration and, if you want, add your photo to the profile settings.

It’s important to remember that this profile you just created is a free account. In other words, you can only listen to your playlists if you are connected to the internet.

To be able to download, listen offline, and also not be interrupted by ads during playback, just subscribe to one of the paid plans offered by the service.

Category: Spotify FAQ

Spotify allows you to create a shortcut for easy access to what you frequently hear on the platform. You can pin up to four favorite artists, playlists, albums, or podcasts at the top of the Your Library tab. Another alternative is to make a shortcut to a folder with playlists, so you can quickly reach different playlists and still have three spaces available to pin artists, albums, or podcasts.

Spotify updates library interface on iOS and Android

How to create a shortcut in Spotify [Pin]

Users can create up to four shortcuts at the top of the Your Library tab in the app. Until then, the option is not available in the desktop version. Follow the steps below to pin an artist, playlist, album, podcast, or folder:

  1. Open the Spotify app on your mobile device;
  2. Tap the Your Library tab in the lower-left corner;
  3. Find the item you want to pin and drag it to the right;
  4. Tap the pin icon.

After that, the shortcut will appear above all other content saved in your streaming service’s library.

Create shortcuts to playlists, artists, songs or podcasts on Spotify

You can pin the Your Episodes list in the Main Library view, in addition to the New Episodes list, if you want to access Your Episodes in the Library view without having to filter to “Podcasts and Shows” first.

Limited to four pins

A tip: if you’ve reached four pins and would like to have more, you can create a playlist folder via the web player or desktop app. Back to the mobile app, just fix this folder following the steps above. That way, it only takes a shortcut, but when you access it you can quickly view your playlists.

Unpin Liked Songs is another alternative to gaining a shortcut. If you choose to organize the Library by the “Custom” filter, you will still have the likes at the top, but with an extra pin.

You can also unpin New episodes and still access the session using the filter “Podcasts and shows” or searching for it.

Category: Spotify FAQ

Spotify released the offline music feature on Apple Watch in May 2021 for Premium members. It is another alternative to Apple Music, Deezer, and Tidal, which already allowed to send playlists or albums to the watch to listen even without internet when the user is not with the iPhone around. Learn how to download songs to Watch for offline listening via Bluetooth headphones.

Spotify on Apple Watch

Listen to offline music from Spotify on Apple Watch

Spotify lets you upload playlists, albums, or podcasts to Apple Watch. Whichever content you choose, the process is the same. Especially for playlists, the ones that will be downloaded on the watch can have a maximum of 50 tracks.

  1. In the Spotify app on iPhone, find the playlist, album, or podcast you want to download from Apple Watch;
  2. Tap the three-dot button to open the menu;
  3. Select the “Download to Apple Watch” option.

Steps for downloading Spotify playlists or albums for offline listening on Apple Watch

During the process, it’s important to keep the iPhone and Apple Watch close together. The progress of downloads can be followed in the Spotify app on the watch.

Once the songs are downloaded, just connect your Bluetooth headset to your Apple Watch and listen without your cell phone and without an internet connection. For AirPods, the connection is automatic if they are already paired with iPhone. Other Bluetooth accessories can be paired in the Settings > Bluetooth menu from the watch itself.

The ability to download Spotify music offline on the Watch requires a Series 3 model or higher, with at least watchOS 6 (at least version 7.1 of the watch operating system is recommended). Here on TechToDown, we’ve already shown how to update the Apple Watch. The Spotify app on the iPhone must also be up to date.

Category: Spotify FAQ

Spotify started releasing, on June 2, 2021, a new joke with usage statistics for each user. With the #OnlyYou (Only You) campaign, it is possible to check which artists define the listener’s taste, as well as to assemble a “brain map” based on what is reproduced, among other categories. Learn how to find and share your music genres, birth chart, and special moments data on Spotify.

Remembering: this campaign is not Wrapped yet. The annual retrospective is always released at the end of each year.

Spotify Astral Map

Finding the birth chart on Spotify

To find the birth chart and other combinations of tastes on Spotify, you need to do the following steps through the app, whether it’s on Android or iOS, there’s no browser-based page on the desktop.

  1. On your smartphone, access the Spotify app;
  2. Tap the magnifying glass button, which opens the “Search” screen;
  3. Below the search field, tap the “Discover what touches you” banner;
  4. A sequence of slides will appear (similar to Instagram Stories), swipe to find information about your behavior in the app and
  5. Spotify’s birth chart, with artists, set to Sun, Moon, and ascendant;
  6. Below each screen, you can share the image on social media, including Instagram Stories (don’t worry if you missed any, the compiled will be available at the end for review).

The selection of artists that are part of the birth chart on Spotify changes for each user, this is the intention, to create something unique for each listener. As you can see, in my case, he selected two extremes: Meghan Thee Stallion and The Calling. ??‍♂️

After the campaign ends, the mixed content will end up in the “Only You” section, located in the “Search” tab, along with the other categories. Spotify didn’t mention when it will stop displaying the presentation with custom images in the app.

How Categories Are Selected

In addition to the birth chart, Spotify has prepared other selections that can be shared on social networks, each one based on behavior:

1: Astrology chart:

  1. Sol: most listened to artist in the last six months;
  2. Lua: highlights an artist who shows his emotional or vulnerable side;
  3. Ascendant: Displays an artist you’ve recently connected to;

2: Your special dinner: propose up to nine artists to choose three for a dinner. Then Spotify creates a mix for each one, to compose the soundtrack of the moment;

3: Your Artist Pair: Shows the extremes of artists you’ve recently listened to;

4: The year of your songs: shows the year of the songs you listen to, highlighting different periods and artists;

5: Your special moment: select a song or podcast that you listen to often at a time (my case: listening to Taylor Swift’s Dorothea in the late afternoon);

6: Your Genres: This shows the mix of genres and podcasts played, not necessarily the extremes, as the third topic.

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