[Desktop][Other] Allow an optional switch between desktop and web player on desktop mode.

Basically, a few people got forced to switch to the web player for some kind of A/B test. Here are the disadvantages of the web player:

 

It is impossible to see the friends that you are following, follow any non artist profiles, to change the playlist image, search for a song within a playlist, or sort playlist by filters such as: date added; song length; artist name; or album name. It is also impossible to see an album on an artist's page after you click on the album. Here's video proof of that. https://streamable.com/rs9m2

 

I want to be able to switch back to the desktop version. I've logged in on a different account on my desktop app and desktop version loads. When I log in on my account, the web version loads. It's some [snip - Community Moderator edit]
dev test that the mods here keep closing topics on and it's incredibly frustrating. Here's a screenshot for yall who don't believe me.

 

Please. Just let me have the desktop player back. Please. I love Spotify, have had an account for years, and this has completely ruined my experience, both with the software and the staff of the company.

 

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Updated on 2020-04-23

Hey @jjonnn,

 

Thanks for bringing your feedback to the Idea Exchange.

 

We’re closing this idea since it doesn’t meet our Community Guidelines, namely point 8:

Always use an appropriate and respectful language when you post information in the Community. Avoid racist, sexist, abusive, harassing, defamatory, pornographic, threatening, obscene or otherwise offensive language that could be considered detrimental to other users, or Spotify employees or moderators."

 

Feel free to submit your idea again, making sure that it adheres to the above guidelines.

 

Cheers!

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Updated on 2020-04-23

Hey @jjonnn,

 

Thanks for bringing your feedback to the Idea Exchange.

 

We’re closing this idea since it doesn’t meet our Community Guidelines, namely point 8:

Always use an appropriate and respectful language when you post information in the Community. Avoid racist, sexist, abusive, harassing, defamatory, pornographic, threatening, obscene or otherwise offensive language that could be considered detrimental to other users, or Spotify employees or moderators."

 

Feel free to submit your idea again, making sure that it adheres to the above guidelines.

 

Cheers!