I think it would be awesome it spotify had a visualizer that synced up with the music. It is a feature I use in iTunes when I have company over and I believe Spotify would benefit from having one.
First at all, truly sorry for the delay on updating this idea, as you might know we have a lot of them coming in every day so, sometimes it takes time. We really understand you all love this idea, we also do, and It would be awesome to have a visualizer.
For now, we are going to mark this as "Not right now" since we are trying to focus more on other essential features which need to be tweaked first. After that, we will focus on improving the product implementing features as great as the one you are requesting here. We will update you as soon as we have news on this matter.
Thanks a lot for your contribution and feedback, you all make Spotify much better. :)
I believe you may want to pop this in the Spotify idea's page - This page is for feature requests and ideas for this community :)
I liked it when you have a music visualization for the music that you are currently listening to, artistic or music beat or just use Itunes as an example of what I am talking about. What do yo think?
I would love for spotify to have a visuliser, i find my self putting iTunes visuliser on and listening to musc on spotify.
Later Spotify Apps will support audio track data according to a developer at Spotify, if everything holds at the legal side, it will probably open up for visualizers.
How about visualization effects within the player i.e windows media player, winamp
Something like Milkdrop would be really cool
Please add visualizers for the desktop version of spotify. It will make listening to music more enjoyable instead of looking at a list of songs
That's grea tot hear krikelin, have you got a link to where they mention that?
I loved the classic Milkdrop visualiser for WinAmp, I think it's since been open-sourced so that'd be great to see in Spotify. Any good visualisers would be great to have though, defintiely the main missing feature for me!
Preferably Milkdrop, but basically any trippy visualizer will do.
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