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iPhone owners have been able to use folders to organise Spotify playlists for over 7 months now. What is the delay for the Android version? Folders are an essential part of the user experience and should be consistent across all operating systems, so why are paying Android customers and the worlds fastest growing mobile platform being ignored?
I had cancelled my Spotify Premium subscription for this very reason, as I found it totally impractical to scroll through endless playlists that are usually neatly organised in folders in the desktop version.
Spotify please, some news on this front would be greatly appreciated.
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Just to let you know playlist folders for Android are in the works, and they should be included in the brand new app.
If you haven't tried it out already, a Preview version of the new app is available here. Playlist folders currently aren't implemented yet, but as the site says - they'll be in place shortly.