You are correct, my Chromebase worked and played great at 7:00 am (PST) and at 7:45 am (PST) is just a black screen. I tried several restarts. I know that my Chrome OS did not update during this time. My phone app works fine and my PC app is unaffected. It seems to be something with the Spotify web player and Chrome OS (maybe chome devices?). This makes me suspicious that the glitch/bug is on Spotify's side. Also people have mentioned that they have chromebooks that are secure or locked down by the Google Enterprise system (for k-12 schools, etc.), but my Chromebase is not locked down by an outside system. I hope that Spotifiy checks these support posts.
Follow up to previous post. The web player on my PC is working fine, but just pulls up a big black screen on my chrome device. My chrome device "protect contend" settings are turned on and the web player URL has been added to be allowed on the brower for that device. I also have the Chrome Spotify brower extention installed, but still not function on my Chrome device. Also, just tried the web player on both my other Chromebooks and just get the black screen. I think this is a Chromebook/ Chrome device issue.
This sounds like something our tech teams were looking into however it should be fixed now.
If you're still having troubles, we'd recommend making sure to clear your browser's cache and cookies and give it another try.
If you're using a Chromebook, you can also make sure that your browser is on the latest version available - you can follow the stepshereto double check that.
Keep in mind that if you are using a Chromebook managed by your school/university/workplace etc., you'll need to reach out to your network administrators to request for the Chrome update on Chromebook.
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