Spotify Debuts In-App Karaoke Mode That Judges Your Singing Too
By Mikelle Leow, 30 Jun 2022
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No more being relegated to sing-a-long playlists without being acknowledged for singing along. Spotify has made things official by rolling out an actual karaoke mode.
The feature, spotted by users including TikToker @lyramooon, is available to all accounts, even those without Premium subscriptions.
You might be wondering: Why couldn’t I just scream I Want It That Way into my phone? Well, the music streamer has made this mode a lot more fun than that. At the end of each track, you’ll receive a final score assessing how well you belted out the song.
But don’t let artificial intelligence or an unreliable mic be the one true judge of your talents. Sessions are scored according to “accuracy.” Nobody made it far on X Factor or The Voice based on sameness.
To toggle karaoke mode on, choose a song and scroll down to the lyrics screen, where you’ll find a new ‘Sing’ button. Tap it and start flexing your pipes.
All users should start seeing this feature pretty soon, as long their app is updated to the latest version. If you don’t have it yet, Don’t Stop Believing because it’s coming soon.
Spotify is reportedly rolling out a Karaoke feature, which also gives you a score. pic.twitter.com/Fxyr7IUfE7— Pop Base (@PopBase) June 27, 2022
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