Currently, most users have employed Spotify on almost each service where it is accessible and there is not a lot about the experience that is shocking. So it is interesting then to see how, with the assistance of Magic Leap (the augmented reality startup), Spotify has managed to mull over a new method to set up your music library. With the firm’s new app (Magic Leap), you can pin artists, albums, and tracks to particular locations in your house. In this manner, you can make a varied soundscape for every room.
Spotify is also the first application on Magic Leap to take benefit of the service’s BMS (Background Music Service) API, letting you to carry on hearing music even when you jump on to a different app. In addition to this, since the headset experience is incorporated with other apps of Spotify on desktop and mobile, you do not require taking off the headset to play another albums or songs.
The fact that Spotify is now accessible on headset by Magic Leap possibly will not assist the firm sell more of its costly devices, but for those who already has one, it is a good inclusion.
On a related note, Spotify-managed Gimlet just rolled out a new fiction scripted podcast, Motherhacker. The series shows “the dark side of the Internet,” and it marks one more effort by Spotify and Gimlet to make fiction podcasts popular.
The series sports huge names, comprising Tavi Gevinson (Rookie Magazine founder), Carrie Coon (Fargo, Gone Girl), Alan Cumming (The Good Wife), Lucas Hedges (Manchester By The Sea), Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones), and more. It also has an initial score by Warpaint (the indie-rock band). The plot revolves around a single mother who begins phishing over the handset as fraction of an identity theft ring.
Fiction scripted podcasts have not made been popular yet, but there have been some outstanding successes—Limetown and Welcome to Night Vale. Spotify is certainly making an effort to make the model operate and betting that its star-full cast will assist. All episodes of Motherhacker are accessible on Spotify from this week.
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