It’s been a crazy year and Spotify is about to launch a new feature most music lovers will love when they want a little escape from everything going on.
Spotify has grown over the years to be a global leader in streaming especially music and podcasts.
They recently entertained users with Spotify Wrapped, started getting more serious about Stories, video podcasts, and literally invented radio.
To close off the year, Spotify is now preparing to add support for local music playback on its Android app.
When it goes live, this feature will lets users sync their offline music files to the app, allowing them to play music without the need of an internet connection.
According to Jane Manchun Wong, a popular app reverse engineer recently unearthed this feature which will be in the settings page with an Import section where you’ll have to enable the Show device files toggle.
The Spotify app will then go through your internal storage and check for saved audio files. These music files will then be listed within the Your Library section of the app.
It is yet to be known if this feature will be available to both free and premium Spotify subscribers.
This feature is already available on rival streaming apps like YouTube Music and Apple Music.
this is a really cool feature, can’t wait for it to get integrated into the Spotify app
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