Spotify has launched an update for its Android and desktop apps, to add a fresh look for Android’s sign up and log in pages, alongside a darker interface for desktop version.


According to The Verge, the desktop version for Windows and Mac has received an overhaul with a darker user interface, including larger font across the UI, filtered artwork and rounded graphics. This results in a cleaner and polished look for the app.

The panel available on the left-hand side is largely unchanged, providing almost the same experience as earlier. But the central pane has been spruced up with a jet-black background in addition to larger tabs at the top of the screen to navigate through different subsections. Overall, the appearance of the desktop version is closer to iPad and Android tablet versions.

Whereas, the Android version has got the following features in the recent update:

  • Adds a fresh look for sign up and log in pages.
  • Now the ‘Artist pages’ showcases image galleries and track play counts.
  • Fixed bugs, crashes and other errors.

The latest version of Spotify for Android and Desktop is downloadable via the links given below.