New Spotify features | Spotify integrates trivial Heardle to make music discovery

Streaming music platform Spotify has announced the acquisition of Heardlea tool that works like the famous online game Wordle and focuses on music discovery.

The company has announced this purchase through a detailed statement use of this functionwhich can help app users “rediscover the old one song” or meet a new artist.

Heardle works in much the same way as Wordle, the viral crossword game that hit social networks like Facebook and Twitter earlier this year, and consists of guessing five-letter words, but focuses on guess the name of the song.

Through this way, challenges users to find out songs based on their starting notes. If this title is not written correctly in the first instance, the customer will have the opportunity to respond in another five chances.

When an effort is made, the program offers more clues to get the theme and artist right. In this way, in last attempt, the application will play about 20 seconds of the song to be guessed.

In addition, this tool allows you to enter artist or band name and offers a variety of songs found in its database to speed up discovery.

To add new features to the Spotify user experience, the company has announced that these trivia are now available on its platform for users in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

The company has announced that for existing Heardle players, the gameplay will remain the same and, in addition, stay free.

On the other hand, it has been reported that, after six attempts have been completed, will make the song in question available to usersregardless of whether it works or not.

Lastly, Spotify has indicated that this feature will reach “hundreds of millions more people worldwide”, who will be able to play Heardle in their native language. Later he plans to integrate other interactive experiences on the platform.

Roderick Gilbert

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