You will no longer have an excuse to mess up the lyrics of each song. Spotify finally adds a live lyrics function, so all you have to do is play the song to finally find out if he sings about Taylor Swift “Starbucks fans” (the answer is, unfortunately, no).
Spotify has teamed up with Musixmatch to fully integrate live texts into application. The company is already launching Spotify lyrics search, which shows the song results based on the lyrics you enter in the search bar. The live lyrics feature is available to both free and premium Spotify users worldwide.
Spotify started testing live songs in its app back in February, although it was only available to a small subset of tested users. Screen texts were one of the company’s most sought-after features.
Spotify previously had a text snippet function, run by a text and comment company Genius, what highlights interesting little things about the lyrics and history of the song as you listen to it. Engadget had logged in earlier this year this feature will probably disappear if Spotify decides to launch the live lyrics feature.
To see new songs live, open Spotify on iOS or Android and tap on He’s playing now look at the song. As you listen, swipe up from the bottom to discover verses that will scroll up in real time.
Suppose there is a certain line that speaks to you. In that case, you can tap Share button on button to select the verses you want to publish in the world, the same way old millennial he would beat painfully verses from Sunday’s Taking Back “There is no ‘I’ in the team ” to share an AIM away message. Listen, feel your feelings!
The verse feature will too be integrated into the Spotify desktop application and the corresponding TV application via the same Now playing menu. You can also access it from your game console, including PlaySstation 4, PS5 and Xbox One.
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