Spotify continues to work on new features and may be about to release a cool feature in the Android and iOS versions of the app. The novelty and issue is the possibility for service subscribers to watch full video clips through the streaming platform itself, removing dependence on rival networks such as YouTube and TikTok.
According to Reuters information, the developer has not yet set a date to announce this feature, but considering the history of updates it could be soon. This tool will arrive as a complement to the current feature that makes it possible to upload looped GIFs lasting up to 10 seconds, but without this time limitation.
In the case of Spotify, there are statements that point to the possibility that the company is negotiating with production companies for the inclusion of video clips, but we do not know which record companies these are. The expectation is that video clips will work in ways similar to what we find in apps like Podcasts, from Google, and Resso.
It’s unclear if the full clips will make it to the desktop version. In the case of computers, the most recent novelty released by Spotify is the arrival of a completely renewed look that focuses on improving the user experience by improving the organization of the music library, making it more intuitive, especially for new subscribers.
In Europe, users can subscribe to Spotify for R$ 19.90 per month in the Individual plan, with the option of paying by credit card, debit card, bank slip and, more recently, Pix.