Spotify Solves the Problem with Equalizer in Its Android App
Shari Lynn Kramer / 21 Oct 2021
Spotify is one of the largest and most highly reputed online audio streaming services worldwide, whose audience accounts for over 365 million monthly active users, of which 158 million are premium subscribers. However, it does not mean the service is entirely fault-free; in fact, the app has all sorts of defects that can interfere with one’s listening experience. To their credit, the Spotify dev team always works hard to eliminate those flaws as quickly as possible.
One of the most recent issues with the Spotify app reported by numerous Android users was the Spotify equalizer feature that suddenly went missing from the settings. The equalizer feature allows app users to change the loudness of their audio spectrum from low to mid and high frequencies, thus, enabling their preferred music to sound its finest. With this setting gone rogue, Spotify users can no longer get the most out of their Spotify listening experience.
Spotify admitted to being aware of the problem and promised to fix it in the shortest possible time. In the meantime, it advised its Google Pixel phone users – the ones who seem to be the most affected by the bug – to take the usual troubleshooting steps like signing out and re-entering the app, clearing cache, or deleting and reinstalling Spotify.
Today, the missing equalizer feature issue, which was likely caused by the latest app update, has been repaired, and the app is fully functional again. If you have experienced the same problem, hurry to install the latest Spotify 22.214.171.1242 version.
Did you, too, have difficulty locating the equalizer feature in your Spotify settings? Was the problem solved after installing the latest update? How often do you listen to music on Spotify? Speak up in the comments below, and feel free to share this news piece with your friends!