From today onwards, all Spotify users will be able to personalize their playlists and listen exactly to what they like, as Spotify has just announced that Premium users on iOS can now hide songs in playlists seamlessly.
So now, if users do not want to listen to playlists created by other users, or just any suggested music, users can start hiding songs in a playlist by directly reaching the context menu, then selecting “Hide song.” All the hidden songs will easily appear with a mark next to them.
And of course, if you have changed your mind and decided to give a try to a specific song, you can just repeat the same process, and just unmark the “Hide song” selection.
We would recommend all Spotify users to keep in mind that this feature is only available to those of you who are Premium users.
For those of you who do not know, Spotify is a global media service provider that is legally domiciled in Luxembourg and is headquartered in Sweden.
The company was founded in 2006 providing DRM-restricted music, podcasts and videos from record labels and music providing media companies. In the free version, all the basic features are completely free with advertisements and automatic music videos, while offline listening and ad-free listening, are offered as paid subscriptions.