July 4, 2022
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Spotify is reportedly planning to launch an in car music player with voice control support later this year, an anonymous sources told The Financial Times. According to The Times report the device will be priced around $100. And is rumored to be launched by later this year.

Spotify’s very first hardware device is said to deliver music more directly to customers instead of going through Apple’s CarPlay or Google’s Android Auto, platforms found on newer vehicles that the company already supports. It will sync with car stereos through Bluetooth much like a smartphone and include buttons you can preset to correspond with your favorite playlists. The device will support voice commands like those currently offered in the Spotify mobile app, but other hardware features like storage capacity and whether the device will offer LTE cellular connectivity are unknown.

Now Spotify has previous mentions of the in-car product suggested it will be offered as part of a new monthly subscription though it might require a 12-month commitment. Earlier this week, Spotify rolled out a simplified Car View mode for its Android app, which is automatically activated when connected to a vehicle’s Bluetooth system.

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