Spotify's Android Update Leads To Widespread Crashes: Here's What's Wrong

Spotify’s latest Android beta update is causing an unexpected issue, leading to the app crashing as soon as users try to open it.

What Happened? This problem, primarily affecting the new version, has been a source of significant inconvenience, as reported by 9to5Google. Users, particularly those with Pixel 7 Pro and Pixel 8 Pro, have taken to social media to express their frustrations, seeking solutions from Spotify’s customer support.

In a related development, Spotify is exploring an innovative AI feature for playlist creation. This new ‘AI playlists’ functionality, which was first spotted by users and later confirmed by Spotify to TechCrunch, leverages AI technology to help users craft personalized playlists.

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However, details about how this AI technology works or its potential impact on the user experience are still under wraps, leaving Spotify enthusiasts curious about the future capabilities of the platform.

The fix: Sideloading an earlier version of Spotify might be a temporary fix, but a more reliable solution is to exit the beta program in the Play Store, uninstall the app, and then reinstall the stable version. However, it’s important to note that uninstalling Spotify will also remove any downloaded content for offline listening.

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