Spotify is one of the best and most used online music streaming apps in the world. It was founded in 2006 and launched in 2008. Since then, it has grown up to provide the best services and features to the users. One can use it for free, but to unlock all the benefits, users can anytime subscribe to either of their affordable premium plans. They even have a unique and low-cost plan for the students, enabling them to enjoy Spotify benefits without running out of their monthly savings.
One unique feature to Spotify is that users can search for songs based on the artist, album, genre, playlist, or record label. Users can also create, edit, and share their playlists with the world or create a common playlist with your friends. It also enables you to share tracks on social media and gain access to over 60 million songs, 450,000 podcasts, and 3 billion playlists. It’s integration with some third-party developers allowed the users to enjoy some incredible features like synchronized lyrics, music reviews, and personalized song recommendations based on their music history.
Spotify always thrives on doing better and offering outstanding features and experience to the users. Apart from all the existing features on the Spotify app, it has now introduced an incredible feature where users can find songs through their lyrics. Many people tend to forget the title of the songs they have been humming for days, and couldn’t get it out of their head. If you are one of these people, then this feature is going to be beneficial for you. By typing the lyrics (you remember) of the song, Spotify will fetch you a list of songs that have the lyrics you entered in the search box.
This feature update is available for both iOS and Android users. It is a very straightforward and easy-to-use feature. The search bar will automatically fetch similar songs related to the lyrics you entered, and the results will be available under the ‘Lyrics Match’ tag. Since it is common for most people to remember the tagline or their favorite line from the song, this feature will come in handy when you want to listen to the complete song stuck in your head. It will also cure your curiosity and get the music out of your head.
However, it might seem like Spotify is trying to fill some loopholes and match up to the feature of Apple Music as the latter has had the ‘lyrics search’ features for almost two years now. Overall, it is a great feature to have on the chart-topping music streaming app.
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