Spotify Makes My Mac Glitch

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A playlist is simply a collection of songs. You can make your own, share them, and enjoy the millions of other playlists created by Spotify, artists, and other listeners worldwide.

Thanks for the reply, yes, have re-installed Spotify on all my devices. I have 2 Mac's, a Late 2015 iMac with High Sierra 10.13.3, and a Macbook pro 15inch 2016 with High Sierra 10.13.3. My spotify on both is version 1.0.75.483.g7ff4a0dc Now I have done a bit more research, and adding songs to playlists is still.

Tip: Get organized with Playlist folders.

Made for you

The many playlists Spotify makes just for you, such as Discover Weekly and Release Radar, are based on your listening habits (what you like, share, save, skip) and the listening habits of others with similar taste.

On mobile, they're featured in Home .

On desktop, you can find these under YOUR LIBRARY on the left, in Made For You.

Learn more about Made For You playlists.

Made for everyone

Curated by music experts from around the globe, find these in Browse on desktop or Search on mobile. We’ve categorized them into Genres & Moods for you.

Some of these playlists are personalized, so you may see different track listings to someone else. As an example, if a playlist has ‘sing-along hits’, it’ll have songs you know the words to!

Make your own

Pick your device below for details.

Create a playlist

  1. Tap Your Library .
  2. Under Music, tap Playlists.
  3. Tap Create playlist.
  4. Give your playlist a name and tap CREATE.
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Add songs and podcast episodes

After you create a playlist tap ADD SONGS for suggestions. Swipe right or Search to find more.

To add songs later:

  1. Tap (iOS) (Android) on the song or podcast episode.
  2. Tap Add to Playlist.
  3. Select a playlist.

Edit a playlist

Tap (iOS) (Android) on the playlist, then Edit:

  • Remove songs or podcast episodes with .
  • To reorder songs or podcast episodes, tap, hold, and drag (Premium only).

Delete a playlist

  1. Tap (iOS) (Android) on the playlist.
  2. Tap Delete Playlist.

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Tip: Accidentally deleted a playlist? Learn how to recover it.

Create a playlist

  1. Click New Playlist in the menu on the left.
  2. Give your playlist a name and click CREATE.

Tip: Customize with a cover image and description.

Add songs

  1. Right-click any song.
  2. Click Add to Playlist.
  3. Select a playlist.

You can also drag and drop tracks into a playlist.

Tip: Need some inspiration? Premium subscribers get Recommended Songs at the bottom of each playlist they create. It suggests songs based on the playlist’s title and current track listings.

Edit a playlist

To remove a song:

  1. Right-click the song you want to remove.
  2. Select Remove from this Playlist.

To reorder songs:

  1. Click and hold a song.
  2. Drag and drop it to the position you want.

Tip: For more ways to reorder, check out how to Sort and filter.

Delete a playlist

  1. Right-click the playlist.
  2. Click Delete.

Tip: Accidentally delete a playlist? Learn how to recover it.

Need some inspiration?

Get Recommended Songs at the bottom of each playlist you create. It suggests songs based on what you’ve already added and the playlist’s title.

Suggested songs

For: Spotify free on mobile/tablet

We suggest tracks and artists as you create and edit your playlists. The more you listen, the better suggestions will get.

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If you have fewer than 15 songs in your Liked Songs playlists, we'll give you Extra songs based on what we think you’ll like. You can replace them by adding more songs yourself, just tap on anything you love.

Spotify Makes My Mac Glitch

I've had this problem as well, same exact description of the problem. Notice it only with my iPhone 7 Plus. Music from Apple Watch/iPad is fine. Happens with other apps like Spotify and YouTube, as well as FaceTime Audio. No variables that can be easily replicated because it happens in all sorts of different situations. Sitting on my desk, in my pocket while walking, while phone is charging/not charging. Have tried pairing/unpairing, toggling bluetooth on/off, force restarting, turning phone off/on. Other bluetooth devices connected are Apple Watch and Tile location tracking beacons. Don't believe this is an AirPods issue anymore - may be related to iPhone 7 Plus bluetooth chip? Apple Store ran a quick bluetooth diagnostic but nothing came up as abnormal. Waiting for Apple Store to receive more shipment of AirPods in to get them replaced.

Spotify Makes My Mac Glitch Mac

Jan 5, 2017 1:28 PM

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