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Major update on Spotify desktop version – will transform the way you listen to music on your PC

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  • Spotify has given its desktop app a new makeover to give users more power
  • Users can now search with filters and pin playlists to the top of their screens
  • Information on artist tour dates and merchandise is also available on the app

Spotify has launched a huge new update that can transform the way you listen to songs and podcasts on a computer. The music giant has given its desktop app a whole new makeover in an effort to give users more power in the way they explore and organise content.

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From now on, the app’s home page is laid out in three columns, with users able to to resize ‘Your Library’ and ‘Now Playing’ tabs in whichever way that suits them.

Listeners can use search filters to wade through their various playlists too, while also pinning their favourite tunes to the top of a screen.

‘We’re introducing a three-column design to make full use of your screen and give you unprecedented control,’ Spotify announced yesterday.

‘Explore your entire collection with search, filters and quickly jump back into favourites by pinning them for easy access.

‘The new desktop experience is the best way to explore, listen and curate music and podcasts on a computer or web browser.’

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Within Spotify’s new design, ‘Your Library’ is displayed on the left, offering quick access to saved music and podcast collections.

It’s here that users can pin, drag and drop their songs and playlists to the top of a screen, making it even easier to find all-time favourites.

While desktop listeners once had to search through Spotify’s entire catalogue to find specific music, this is no longer the case.

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Search filters can now be used in ‘Your Library’ to find content specific to you – adjustable to search for artists, podcasts and albums.

On the right-hand column, users will find their ‘Now Playing’ view – clearly displaying what’s being listened to.

Alongside this, relevant tour dates and merchandise are displayed here too, allowing listeners learn more about their favourite artists.

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