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13 March 2018, 04:42 | Cameron Gross
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There, the Premium tier costs US$9.99/month, or $14.99 for a family plan of up to six users. Using the desktop app, users can access a new feature called Line-In by clicking on the three dots next to songs, albums, or artists, and selecting "suggest an edit". "We hope to better understand how Spotify listeners interpret music, so that we can improve experiences for both listeners and artists". The new feature allows fans to suggest different information pertaining to the song including an artists alias, explicitness and more.
Spotify first began testing Line-In with a subset of its audience last fall.
On its Frequently Asked Questions about the feature, it says, "There are often times when a track is misspelled or contains extra messy information". They also check to see on how accurate your past suggestions have been. That's why the company added the ability to use tags as descriptors as well. "Spotify considers the source, and thoroughly reviews and checks the accuracy of this information, before the suggestions are folded into the data that powers our services", its spokesperson clarified.
ITWeb is attending the official launch on Tuesday and will provide more details as they become available.
Spotify has launched in South Africa. The premium service will be priced at $6 (NIS 19.9) per month and include tracks by local and global artists as well as playlists compiled by local radio stations and celebrities.
There's no doubt that when it comes to streaming services, Spotify's leading the pack.
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