Spotify’s synchronized song lyrics are available for users worldwide after testing the function in the United States and internationally. The new functionality, which will be powered in the app by Musixmatch, will be available for the “majority” of Spotify music for both free and premium users.
Availability of the Function:
The functionality will be available on iOS and Android devices, as well as PC, TV, and consoles. To utilize it, touch on a song’s “Now Playing View” and swipe up from the bottom of the screen. From there, you’ll find track lyrics that scroll in real-time, as well as a social network share option. Spotify did not specify how many songs have the functionality enabled, although “majority” suggests at least more than half.
Spotify has already experimented with lyrics, displaying the tales behind them with the aid of Genius, but the functionality was confined to a few songs. It formerly collaborated with Musixmatch to display lyrics, but that experiment ended in 2016. Spotify began testing the new function earlier this year, but it has been available in 26 regions, including Brazil, Mexico, Hong Kong, and India, since mid-2020. In any event, the upgrade elevates Spotify to the level of Apple Music, which released its own song lyrics in 2019, and Deezer, which also provides a comparable function.
Spotify, on the other hand, has more paying members than both of those services combined, which means that more people will be able to sing along to their favorite songs with the exact Spotify’s synchronized song lyrics.
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