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Video Podcasts Support Arrives At Spotify Limited For Now

3 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

Spotify has now officially started rolling out support for video podcasts, according to reports stemming from the company's announcement. But those may not work the way users expect. Spotify is including support for videos a secondary, synchronous feature. So podcasters can upload what equates to footage to go along with a standard audio podcast. That footage will play automatically when users hit the play button on either mobile or desktop platforms.
The degree of separation does come with advantages though. That means that podcasts will still continue to work as normal. More directly...
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