I replied in another thread but this one appears to have more activity. I have the same issue with my S6. It started about two weeks ago and I've noticed it when using the speaker on my phone, truck bluetooth, or headphones. I have to increase the volume about 1/3 higher than for any other output just to maintain a "normal" low level volume and there is no option to listen to the music louder. I zero'd out all the EQ seetings and I unstalled and reinstalled the app but still have the same issue. I use spotify on my computer (mac) and have not noticed any issues at all through that output so it is not my account or spotify in general.
Please get this fixed becuase it basically makes the android app unusable unless in a really quiet enviroment.
Spotify has lower volume than any other audio program on my android tablet, my iphone and even on my PC. What the **bleep** guys? Do you really have to lose another customer before you fix this? From what I can tell its been a complaint for an incredibly long time now. You don't seem to listen to your customers or maybe you simply dont care... I guess Im going to google play music or deezer... what a shame
If you could just create a little tweak in the next update I'd stay. Just jimmy rig it. Add a volume boost option in the equilizer menu, that'd do it. If it isn't any better by my next billing period Im outie 5000. I b supa dupa cerial bra
Im having the exact same problem. I have a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Spotify is by far the best music streaming site on Android. My ONLY issue is the max volume is REALLY quiet in comparison with any other music streaming site or even YouTube. I really want to continue using Spotify but this issue needs to be fixed. I've seen SO MANY forums on this since 2014 and it still remains unfixed.
spotify max volume is so low, any other apps have louder max volume , its sad to see spotify does not care about this problem, Puting windows volume and spotify volume to 100% is like putting windws media player to 40% and windows volume to 100%.
Im not going to continue paying for premium when you simply don't care about this big issue