Spotify has launched a new feature that shows the users what kind of music people in other parts of the world are listening to. According to the engadget.com, the streaming service gathers info from popular tracks around the world and compiles them into playlists. Also Read - Spotify's What's New Feed will now notify users about new releases in real-time
Spotify plots them out on an interactive map for quick visual reference. This means that when the users click on a place they will be greeted with a collection of tracks the people there are listening to on the regular. Also, once the users queue up a playlist in the app they can add any notable findings to their personal collection. Also Read - Spotify Greenroom Clubhouse-like live audio room is here: How to download and get started?
Spotify says it updates the lists about twice a month. Also Read - You can now download albums on Spotify desktop app: Here's how