Spotify is a company dedicated to music that resists the pulse of the big companies like Apple or Google, maintain their own products. Through an application that works very well, has managed to create his style and earning trust of the artists. Many of them were reluctant to come to their platform but in the end have ended up giving up.
Following this direction of promoting the artists and turn them into protagonists reaches a new application of the brand. It is Spotify for artists, an app available both on Android and iOS that will allow creators to have a better control of your music, share playlist, update your biography and analyze how many listeners have.
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Its design reminds us of a control panel, and as its name suggests, it is not meant for the casual listener, but for the artists. Last week Spotify bought Soundrop to allow you to create your music, and edit songs, to now continue this trend and present an app for artists.
The goal is to continue promoting the creation of music and strengthen ties with users that strengthen that ecosystem. In the end, the listeners are not the only customers of Spotify. A few movements to to counteract the bad relations of the past years.
To test the application we be asked to register with our Premium account and we will need to request access. Set the role we play in the group, and then will we go look in the own platform.
once you have chosen who you are, we will be asked to link support or connect to your Twitter account to check that you are indeed the artist that you say you are.
Spotify for Artists1.0.1
- Android Version: the 4.4
- Developer: Spotify Ltd.
- Download: Google Play
- Price: Free
- Category: the Music and audio
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The news Spotify for Artists: the application for the musicians to strengthen their relationship with fans was originally published in Xataka Android by Enrique Perez .