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This article was published on August 25, 2014

Spotify makes it easier to save albums to ‘Your Music’ inside the iOS app

Spotify makes it easier to save albums to ‘Your Music’ inside the iOS app
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Spotify updated its iOS app today with a few useful tweaks regarding the way it displays albums.

A new, prominent ‘Save’ button has been added in the header, just below the artwork and album name. Whereas before you needed to dive into the menu (located in the top right-hand corner) this shortcut will instantly add the album to the ‘Your Music’ section of the app.

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Swiping horizontally on the album header will now reveal a second section that includes some basic information: the release year and total play time. The latter is particularly handy if you want to listen to a record in its entirety, for instance if you’re out running, or snoozing on a long-haul flight.

Finally, the app is also available in Finnish now. Which is nice.

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