Spotify began releasing Canvas for testing, a feature that allows the artist to create looped videos of up to eight seconds to play while playing their music. The new feature was available for testing by some artists, but has been expanded to more bands and fans as of Thursday (10).
Users not yet contemplated may ask to be on a waiting list for the tool, which is available for Android and iPhone (iOS). According to Spotify, the new feature can help keep users aware, or even increase the number of plays, visits to the singer's profile and shares.
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According to Spotify, the news is part of an effort to allow artists to create their own innovative visual experiences. The effect replaces album art, and can be strategically used for releases, although it can be used for any track or album already available in the service catalog.
Canvas has been released for testing and can only be accessed by some guest users. You can, however, get on a waiting list to test the feature in advance. Registration must be done using a specific form (spotifyresearch.typeform/to/kPKC3K).
To find out if Canvas is already available to you, just go to Spotify settings and look for the "Canvas" option within the "Playback" menu. If the function is already enabled, just find a song that has the illustration and put to play.
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