Spotify brings real-time texts from 26 countries, including the United States
Spotify launches new real-time word market in 26 markets, including India, Southeast Asia and Latin America. TechCrunch: reports. Users can access them by clicking the “Words” card on the “Play Now” screen of the service. The new function uses the words provided by Musixmatch and will be displayed in the language of the song.
Languages have a complicated history at Spotify. The service actually worked with Musixmatch before, before breaking it Relations with the company in 2016. In the same year, Spotify began working with Genius on it Opportunity “behind the tongue”, which provides background information about the selected tracks, the texts themselves. It’s an interesting feature, but this background information comes in handy if you just want to sing along with the song. These new words of real time should fit in much better for karaoke sessions.
If possible, Spotify is accelerating the new feature with Apple Music, which has been providing Genius words since 2018.
TechCrunch: It is reported that the following markets are getting new features of real-time words today, 10 am. 00, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Nicaragua, Panama, Portugal, Paraguay , Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong. One of them TechCrunch: He noted that in the past, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Mexico included support from some suppliers, such as Japan.
It’s not about when or when real-time words can expand beyond new markets. But last year Spotify confirmed that it was testing real-time words markets, including Canada, which I hope will soon reach more places.
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