Spotify has decided to both rebrand one of its apps, and also update its UI and functionality. We’re talking about the Spotify Greenroom app, which has been known as ‘Locker Room’.
This application has been developed by Betty Labs, but Spotify acquired that company a while back. Now, for those of you who don’t know, the Locker Room app has been an invite-only social platform, and it has been focused on sports fans.
Spotify Greenroom app is live with an updated design and functionality
It was quite exclusive, but somewhat popular at the same time. Well, Spotify not only updated its UI, but it also added some functionality that expands this app’s horizons. Spotify Greenroom is not only supposed to attract sports fans, but music fans as well.
The app is now available in over 135 markets around the world, so the company also expanded its availability. And yes, you’ll find it on both major mobile platforms, as it’s available on both Android and iOS.
The app is in ‘early access’, so keep that in mind
Do note, however, that this app is in ‘Early Access’, at least on Android. So it’s still under development, and you could encounter some problems with it along the way. The app does seem to be quite stable, though.
So, what’s new in regards to features? Well, you’ll notice a changed up UI design, that’s the first thing you’ll notice. In addition to that, the company also made it possible for a user to host or participate in live rooms.
You can log into the app by using your Spotify account
You can also join Greenroom via your Spotify log-in info now, which was not possible thus far. Some new chat controls have been added, and the same goes for recording capabilities.
On top of all that, Spotify added a new onboarding experience to the app, to focus on your interests.
This app is all about interaction, to be quite honest. Spotify wants users to converse in live rooms. It would also love for artists to use this app, and talk to their audience / fans. If you’d like to try out this app, you can install it via the link below.