Spotify Hi-Fi, a high-quality audio version of the streaming service, could arrive very soon after months of delays and broken promises from the Swedish company. This will also be done with the new plan, twice as expensive as the Premium version offered by the platform. At least that’s what one Reddit user says, who claims to have received a survey asking if he would switch from his current subscription to Platinum, which includes more benefits than lossless audio.

The Spotify Platinum Plan, in particular, it will cost $19.99 per month, and its main innovation will be the ability to listen to music in studio quality (HiFi), which, oddly enough, Apple Music has already been allowing for more than a year and, moreover, without the need for an additional subscription. However, the Swedish streaming platform includes some additional features in this plan. Between them two features called Library Pro and PlayList Pro about which we do not know any details, nor the possibility of listening to the podcast without ads.

There is a function called Headphone tuner, which could allow you to adjust some audio settings manually. In the snap shared by a Reddit user, you can also read features like Audio Insights and Studio Sound, which will apparently improve the sound quality. Some people who commented on the social media post think that these latest features could be an alternative to Spotify for Dolby Atmos and Spatial Audio that are included with Apple Music.

When is a possible Spotify Platinum plan coming out?

As of now, Spotify hasn’t confirmed the future availability of this Platinum plan with HI-FI, but a Reddit user says the survey asks if they’re ready to upgrade to this subscription. “in the next 30 days”. As such, the music streaming service is likely to announce Spotify HiFi in November.

Spotify, let’s remember delays the launch of the HiFi version for almost a year. His plans were apparently dashed when Apple announced the ability to play music in this format with Dolby Atmos and spatial audio at no additional cost. However, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek hinted earlier this year that certain features (assuming Spotify HiFi) are not available due to licensing issues.

Source: Hiper Textual

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