When I listen to a song on Spotify, often times I edit the current playlist or add the current song to other playlists. In the Android app, you must first click on the bottom part of the app (on the song being played) to go to the song, and then click on the three Dot Menu on the top right end of the screen. It would be a lot more efficient to have the three Dot Menu next to the song (Push the "Play" button a bit to the Left and insert the three Dot Menu).
In Windows 10, when playing a song in a playlist, the list will shift and you must first find the song in the list before having access to the 3 Dot Menu. It is possible to get to the song directly by clicking on the icon on the bottom left of the App, but still, one needless extra step.
It would also be interesting to have the 3 dot menu in the Spotify drop-down menu (in the Android App). When accessing the drop-down menu, there's a lot of space to the right side where the three Dot Menu handle could be. This would also be an efficient way of editing playlist while using (being in) other apps.
Updated on 2019-08-22
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