Spotify announced yesterday that it is rolling out an update to its Android app, bringing the all-new experience that the company launched on iPhone and desktop earlier this month to users of Google's mobile platform.
One of the major highlights of the update is the new user interface that includes a dark theme, new typography and rounded iconography. The new look aims to give the app a more pleasing appearance.
There is also a new 'Your Music' feature that allows you to save, organize and browse your music from a unified place across all platforms. This means that from now on, whenever you'll browse for albums or songs, you will be given a button to save them to Your Music collection. The feature replaces the old playlist-based system.
The new update also brings an improved Browse feature, offering more relevant and localized content. You'll find curated playlists, top lists, new releases, and a large selection of playlists categorized by mood and genre.
Overall, the new update looks like a huge upgrade over the previous version. The update is rolling out now, but as it's a staged rollout, it may take a few weeks to reach everyone. For those who cannot wait any longer, you can download the APK file directly from here.