Spotify has just debuted a Snapchat-like mechanism that lets you share music with your friends or the web, promising to change the way you share music with your friends.
All you have to do to find the Spotify code you’d like to share is to tap on the “…” symbol right next to the track, album, or playlist, you’d like to share. Then you can screenshot, print or share the code that you will see appended at the end of the artwork.
Other users have to click on the new camera icon located to the right of the Search bar, scan the artwork, and be directed immediately to that piece of content.
Just like Snapchat codes, Spotify is hoping that its new feature will be equally successful and provide immediate engagement with content. It’s useful to note that Spotify codes are only available on mobile, but are both available on Android and iOS.
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