I know a lot of CrackBerry readers are also Spotify users, so the latest news coming from Spotify is sure to please many of you. Spotify has now announced a revamp of their mobile app is coming, and as part of that revamp, they've also added some fantastic features that will cater to users of their free tier.

Previously, free Spotify users were limited to just shuffling through songs but when the new app is launched in the coming weeks for Android and iOS, free users will be able to play songs from fifteen new on-demand playlists without skipping tracks or hoping the next song that comes on is the song you want to hear the most.

The playlists will be based on your musical tastes and Spotify will also build out playlists which include content from RapCaviar, Viva Latino, Ultimate Indie and Alternative R&B as well as more personalized mixes such as Discover Weekly, Release Radar, and Daily Mix.

Our customers always tell us that music discovery and listening is a personal experience, and we are enhancing the free experience with this in mind," said Babar Zafar, VP of Product Development at Spotify. "This is the beginning of an evolution for Spotify and we will continue to make improvements that mirror our customers' needs. This is not only about giving users a more customized free experience from the day they sign up, but giving them more control over their listening experience so they can easily find and stream their favorites anytime, from anywhere.

In addition to the on-demand listening, Spotify has also included a new data saver option in the app which will help reduce data consumption by as much as 75%. This, of course, will help everyone gain more access to music due to some of the barriers to entry being removed.

Naturally, if you're already paying for Spotify Premium which gets rid of ads, allows you to listen to any song on-demand, or download your tunes for offline listening, this might not be huge to you but for those interested in trying Spotify or just wanting to access the available free content, it's all nice additions.

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