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Technology Spotify’s Magic Leap app will change playlists as you change rooms

16:20  13 november  2019
16:20  13 november  2019 Source:   theverge.com

Spotify is finally getting Siri support with iOS 13

  Spotify is finally getting Siri support with iOS 13 Spotify is testing this new beta featureWhile this new feature lets you request Spotify songs with Siri on an iPhone, it does not currently work on an Apple Watch as Apple’s wearable doesn’t have a dedicated Spotify app. Instead, it’s simply a controller for playing songs on other Spotify-enabled devices. Siri simply responds with “I’m sorry, I can’t do that on your Apple Watch” when you try. We haven’t been able to test whether the HomePod now works with Spotify as a result, but it’s unlikely.

Spotify will release a version of its music streaming app on the Magic Leap augmented reality headset. The app will show a location-aware three-dimensional Spotify interface on top of your world with the ability to automatically change playlists as you move between rooms .

Spotify is also the first app on Magic Leap to take advantage of the platform's Background Music Service (BMS) API, allowing you to continue listening to music even when you switch to another app . Additionally, because the headset experience is integrated with Spotify ' s other apps on mobile and

Spotify has released a version of its music streaming app on Magic Leap’s headset, the augmented reality company announced today. The app will show a location-aware three-dimensional Spotify interface on top of your world with the ability to automatically change playlists as you move between rooms. You’ll need a Spotify Premium subscription in order to use the app.

a room with a couch a table and a television© Image: Magic Leap

Spotify will sit alongside a growing collection of apps that are available for the augmented reality headset, which was first released as a $2,295 developer edition last year. These include games like Angry Birds: First Person Slingshot and Star Wars: Project Porg, as well as video-focused apps from the NBA, CNN, and the Cheddar news network. However, this is the first time a major music streaming service has announced an app for the headset.

You'll soon be able to ask Siri to play songs on Spotify

  You'll soon be able to ask Siri to play songs on Spotify It's been a long time coming, but it looks like you'll soon be able to queue up songs on Spotify with the help of Siri. If you own an iPhone, the lastest Spotify beta allows you to ask Apple's digital assistant to play songs, albums and playlists, says The Verge, which was among the first to spot the new functionality. Spotify is finally getting Siri support with iOS 13. You can ask Siri to play songs, albums, and playlists. Here's how it works:Spotify is finally getting Siri support with iOS 13. You can ask Siri to play songs, albums, and playlists. Here's how it works: https://t.co/Oc7LegT5yrpic.twitter.

So what you guys might be thinking of is the Spotify Desktop Player ONLINE, but the solution that was given is for the Desktop Application for Spotify that you can download and it will be on you computer as a desktop app icon. On there you can easily drag and rearrange the order of your playlists .

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The headset has speakers built in, or you can use headphones

The Magic Leap headset has small built-in speakers placed near your ears, but there’s a jack for you to plug in your own pair of headphones. Earlier this year Magic Leap added the ability for its headsets to play music in the background while you use other apps, and the Spotify app is the first to make use of this functionality.

The announcement comes just days after reports emerged that Magic Leap is embarking upon another big funding round. The company said that it’s currently working to expand its content and developer ecosystems, and is also developing a second generation device.

Spotify’s free streaming will work with Alexa and Bose speakers .
You no longer need a Spotify Premium subscription to listen to your Spotify playlists on Alexa, Bose or Sonos speakers. Last week, Spotify announced that Free users could finally listen on Sonos speakers. Today, it's extending that capability to Alexa and Bose speakers, too. For the first time, Free users in the US, Australia and New Zealand will be able to play Today's Top Hits, Discover Weekly or custom playlists on Amazon Echo and Fire TV devices. Or, Free users can stream through the Bose Home Speaker 300, Home Speaker 450, Home Speaker 500, Portable Home Speaker, Soundbar 500 or Soundbar 700.

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