Spotify is retiring Carview, and users are understandably angry.

Everyone loves to listen to music in their car, so it’s not surprising that Spotify had car view mode, allowing users to easily (and, more importantly, securely) track their favorite tracks while driving. Can go from All good things must come to an end, though, and we’re here today to pay tribute to Carview, as Spotify has sadly dropped this feature – and car users, understandably, They are very angry about it.


Relevant Spotify users are posting on a thread on their community forums, complaining that CarView, which usually appears in Settings, is no longer appearing on their device, due to which the app driver’s Default instead on mainplay view. Friendly interface. A Spotify forum moderator reached out to offer some context, confirming that Carview is dead:

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We can confirm that we are removing the car view feature. However, this does not mean that we do not want to improve the way our users listen to Spotify while driving. In contrast, we are actively exploring various new ways to provide the best listening experience in the car. Think about retiring the car look that needs to be done in an effort to pave the way for new innovations on the track.

Spotify recently launched a new piece of hardware for drivers. We hope that Car Thing will not be the only alternative to Car View, as it is not a good idea to buy an آن 80 add-on to give people access to the functionality they already have. We didn’t like it much either.


Users are complaining in the thread, and we can’t blame them for that. Aside from making empty promises that it’s working on better alternatives, Spotify suggests a handful of things to do, such as using Google Assistant to listen to music, which would be unnecessary if the app was appropriate, you know. Because fashion.

If you’re in the US and you rely on CarView, then maybe it’s time to either buy a car or go to another streaming app.

Thanks: Yuri Woodall


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