You may finally be able to import your phone music on Spotify

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Published Dec 3, 2018, 4:56 pm IST
Updated Dec 3, 2018, 4:56 pm IST
Spotify is reportedly testing a feature that allows you to import your music from an Android device.
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It happens more than once that a song you have on your device is not available on a streaming service. Spotify wants to fix that. According to Jane Manchun Wong, who shared screenshots of the experimental feature on Twitter, Spotify is testing a feature that allows you to import your music from an Android device.

The feature would essentially allow you to have your phone's playlist and listen to it alongside tracks available online. In addition to that, Spotify is also experimenting with a 'Saved for Later' feature for Podcasts episodes which one can save to listen to a later time.

 

Besides, Spotify was recently launched in the Middle East and North Africa. The company said services would now be available in 13 Arab markets, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Morocco but not Libya, Iraq, Syria, or Yemen.

Spotify has been unofficially available in the Middle East for several years via accounts usually registered in other markets such as Europe. Claudius Boller, who previously worked in the region with Universal Music Group, is Spotify’s managing director for the Middle East and Africa.

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