July Monthly Ideas Review

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Community Manager

Monthly Ideas Review

Every month the Community Team reviews our Ideas Board. In this blog we'll present some of the ones we’ve updated in the past month!



1. Spotify Lite

We just wanted to give you a heads up that a lite version of the Spotify app has been released on Android. 


You can check out more information about the app and its availability here.


2. Adjust Audio Speed of Podcasts

3. Last.fm Support for Playstation

4. Scrobble Tracks played offline



5. Snapchat Spotify Filter


Please know your feedback is reaching the internal teams at Spotify, and they're aware of the votes around this idea. We'll continue to check out the comments here too.



6. Adding indivdual Podcasts to Playlists


We also think this is a great idea and we're looking into it further. We've changed this idea to 'Watch This Space' and we'll post here when we get an update.




7. 432 Hz Tuning


As many of you have pointed out below, there are tunes on Spotify already in 432 Hz.


Spotify presents tracks as they are meant to be heard by the Artist. As such, we can't implement a feature that would change the tuning of a song for them - as this would go against how they intended their music to be presented.




8. SDK for Video Game Integration


We're setting this idea to 'Not Right Now', as this isn't something we have any immediate plans to implement. We appreciate you sharing your thoughts.


As a heads up, you can follow these links to find out how to listen to Spotify while you play on Xbox and Playstation.


9. Traktor Integration (DJ)

10. Remove current Song from Playlist

11. Send a Receipt to Premium Users Each Month


We thrive on Ideas


We're actively bringing your comments and feedback to the teams here so they know which features are important to you. If you've got a good idea, you can submit it here.


Want to help manage the Ideas Exchange as an Ideas Guardian? Read more about the Rock Star Program here


If you'd also like to see some changes before other users, as well as talk directly with developers, you can sign-up to join our thousands of Beta testers here.




Okay, get this. Everyone is always tslking abount nostalgia. How about a nostalgic timeline playlist that you can go back to a year and see your playlists or liked songs at that point in time.

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Hi @TovieGee,

There is something simularbtonthis already. Go to the spotify app, go to search, next choose made for you, next you see playlists like: your summer rewind, your top songs 2018, etc.


Also if you have an idea, submit it into the new ideas section.