Spotify Listen Together App

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Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming app at the moment and the company is working hard to make sure it stays that way. With streaming apps from companies like Google and Amazon, it’s tough for Spotify to maintain their position.

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To ensure that the company retains its position, Spotify is working on several exclusive features, some of which have been already implemented in the app. Now the company is working on a new feature which should allow users to collaborate with their friends and listen to music together. Called Social Listening, the feature will allow users to control their friend’s music so everyone could listen in together. The feature will work by allowing users to either scan a unique code or link to collaborate and listen to the music together.

The link to control my music will only work for those with access to Social Listening, meaning only Spotify employees for now

For those at Spotify, feel free to go wild 😀

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— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) May 31, 2019

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For now, the feature will only work internally at Spotify, but we do expect the feature to roll out soon.