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Thread: Spotify app is unintuitive garbage.

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    Spotify app is unintuitive garbage.

    Haven't used spotify before. Don't listen to music much. Wanted to listen to a track I heard. Downloaded spotify.
    Immediately upon opening the app after registration (which, in all honesty was surprisingly easy) I received an unwanted disgusting facial of some of the most unintuitive and user hostile interfacing I have ever seen in an app ( and I use a lot of apps). Triple dots indicating menus everywhere, none of them do what I want them to do, the search sucks, I press a song with which I don't want to be affiliated with, I want to get rid of that song, how? There is a list of recently listened to songs somewhere I guess, another triple dot, I press it, menu opens, no option to kick the unwanted song to a virtual spotify hell, only "hide it" WTF does that shit mean?! I don't want to hide it, I want to remove it. Current shuffle (wtf is a fucking shuffle and why do you subject me to it?) song still plays, I swipe right then I swipe left nothing happens, I long press the song nothing happens, Ah look a TRIPLE DOT on the song! If I press it then a menu opens where there must be an option to stop and remove the current "shuffle" or whatever the fuck it is. Nope.
    Oh and the "you discovered a premium feature" BS. If everything is behind the paywall then having a pointless unusable "freemium" app is just fucking with the consumer, just make it a one week trial out of the gate if you want people to "experience the app".

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    Yeah, I went Spotify last year mainly for its PlayStation 4 app. I wasn’t too impressed with the interface either.
    I switched back to Google Play, which isn’t perfect (still tons of triple dots) but it does what I need it to fairly well, especially searching for stuff.
    I never liked Apple Music, but I’ve heard they’ve updated their interface since I last used it.



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    I like Play Music except for the fact scrolling is really stuttery on the iPhone, especially in the actual track listing within an album (inexplicably because that’s just a text list)



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    This person sounds like an extreme case, and you should not be scared to use it if you would.
    It has a 4,5 star rating on both Google Play and App Store, so it can’t be total garbage.



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    Sadly no one can do a good mobile music app



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