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Spotify Greenroom is now Spotify Live with live audio streaming

13 April 2022 1

Spotify has officially announced its decision to rebrand the Greenroom app to Spotify Live. Its live audio capabilities will be available through the dedicated app and also via the main Spotify app. However, there are a few differences between the two and the main app will offer only limited features.

To start off, Spotify Live will continue to work the same way as the Greenroom app used to. It means independent creators can continue to upload and host their live radio shows. The support for interacting with one's fans will also be there. In other words, Greenroom users will not notice any other difference except for the change of the name.


On another hand, Spotify's main app will offer live audio content but only from featured content creators. It means the app will not show content from independent creators, at least for the time being. The app will offer this option alongside existing options for music and podcasts. This will allow creators to reach an even wider audience of 406 million global users.

Spotify has further announced a collaboration with the Swedish House Mafia. It will host an exclusive live DJ set event on Spotify Live on April 15th. Hasan Minhaj, a well-known comedian, will start a podcast show based on the NBA conference finals that will kick off in May.


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