Spotify is working on bringing lossless audio as a part of “Music Pro”

Sanjana Dhar
Sanjana Dhar April 16, 2024
Updated 2024/04/16 at 9:14 AM

Rumours suggest that Spotify is working on bringing lossless audio and a new piece of code in the music streaming app suggests that the feature will now be available with “Music Pro” subscription.

Know more about the feature

Spotify has been teasing to bring lossless audio to the platform in the last few years. A new code snippet has been noticed in the recent versions of the Spotify app on Android. This brings some hope for the ones who have been eagerly waiting for this feature. However, regarding when the option to stream lossless music will be available, Spotify did not clarify anything yet.

Initially the lossless audio option was known as “Spotify HiFi” and was supposed to be a part of “Supremium”, a much more expensive premium plan. According to Verge’s recent report, Spotify has changed the plan and the feature will now be available as a part of “Music Pro”.

A Reddit user named “Hypixely” spotted snippets of the code which were quite straightforward. A piece of code said- “lossless has arrived”. The other one suggests Spotify supports “up to 24-bit/44.1kHz” FLAC files.

More about Music Pro

Besides the feature that will let users experience listening to lossless music, “Music Pro” has a lot to unpack. It offers Tiktok like remix features that allows the users to change the tempo of songs and remix their favourite songs which can also be saved in order to be enjoyed later. Spotify also announced that a new feature will let users create AI powered playlists by entering text prompts. It is, however, not sure whether this feature will be a part of the “Music Pro” subscription.

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