Spotify is finally bringing this popular iOS feature to Android users

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Spotify acquired two podcast companies – Podsights and Chartable – last month.

Spotify music streaming app is rolling out a popular iOS feature for android users. The company is bringing its Swipe-to-Queue gesture that was exclusive to iPhone users so far. Spotify appears to be rolling out the new feature to users on the Android app beta, and all Android users should be able to use the swipe gesture in the coming days.

The “drag to queue” feature is not the official name of the feature and Spotify has not yet announced the availability of the feature for Android users. The feature allows users to queue songs by simply dragging them onto it. It was first spotted on a Reddit thread and one user pointed out that the feature has rolled out to Android users of the music app. We at News18 have not been able to independently find out if the feature is available on Android devices in India, but reports suggest that many Android users have started getting the very useful feature.

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It comes after Swedish Music invested more in podcasts. Spotify acquired two podcast companies – Podsights and Chartable – last month. Podsights is a company that helps marketers analyze the effectiveness of their ads, while Chartable provides audience insights that help podcasters measure the effectiveness and audience of their podcasts.

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Earlier this week Spotify, in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, said it was closing its office in Russia. “Our first priority over the past week has been the safety of our employees and ensuring that Spotify continues to be an important source of global and regional news at a time when access to information is more important than ever,” Spotify said in a statement. declaration.

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