When you play individual tracks of music, a function known as autoplay guarantees that your listening experience continues in a seamless manner without interruptions. Because of this function, you will be able to hear immediately additional tracks that are comparable to the one that you are currently listening to. This is a terrific option that you should set on if you want to stay in the same musical zone as you were before you changed it. Despite this, there is no necessity to carry out the action. You can choose to either activate or deactivate the feature at your discretion. The following is a rundown of the process by which you can turn on or turn off the Autoplay feature on your Spotify mobile app or desktop client.
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How to Turn On or Off Autoplay on Spotify
Launch Spotify on your home computer, and then scroll to the upper right corner of the display and select your username from the drop-down menu. Choose what you want under the “Settings” heading on the menu.
You will notice that “Autoplay” is one of the first sections that you encounter when you look at the list of settings options. You can activate the first option, which is to “Autoplay similar songs when your music ends in this app,” by toggling the switch that is situated next to it. This will make the first option “Autoplay similar songs when your music ends in this app.”
After enabling it, the autoplay feature seen in the desktop app for Spotify is now operating as intended.
If you want the same setting to be applied to other Spotify devices as well, all you need to do is click the toggle next to the second option under the ‘Autoplay’ section. This option is labelled as ‘Autoplay similar songs when your music ends on other devices.’ All you need to do to activate this setting is click the toggle.
On Mobile App
Launch Spotify on your mobile device, then tap the ‘Settings’ button, which looks like a gear and is located in the upper right corner of the screen.