Now, they've launched a new feature which allows its users to add information to song credits.
Spotify utilizes all kinds of futuristic machine learning algorithms to recommend music to its listeners, but the streaming service rolled out a new feature this month that makes use of its human touch.
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"Listeners describe music in different ways, and understanding that information will help improve, extend, and confirm the information that describes music on Spotify", a Spotify spokesperson explained to Variety.
Spotify's enormous lead over Apple notwithstanding, some industry observers believe that Apple Music may catch up to and overtake Spotify in just a few months because it appears to be growing at a much faster clip.
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It's worth noting that Spotify treats all these data submissions as suggestions; users don't have the ability to directly edit the metadata for music in Spotify's catalog.
The tool itself was publicly announced today, but had been in testing since last fall. The leading streaming music provider remains Spotify, which has 71 million paid customers for its premium service. For instance, Line-In includes a number or surveys to test a submitter's music knowledge. Based on the pricing of company stock traded on private markets, the company, launched in 2008 and headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, is valued at $23.4 billion. Back in 2014, Spotify acquired The Echo Nest, a music metadata provider, for a reported $100 million.
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