Now available in Anytune on Android
Anytune is now on Google Play.
Anytune can play most Spotify songs with some limitations.
You will be able to apply time-stretching (adjust the tempo), set marks and loop sections.
The waveform will not be accurate, pitch-shifting, and analysis is not available.
Some functions will be disabled.
Spotify support is in development and subject to change.
You must have Spotify Premium to play Spotify songs in Anytune.
Songs streamed through a Spotify are protected, limiting Anytune's functionality. We are working to increase the capabilities with streamed music. To access the full power of Anytune please acquire audio files that are not DRM protected and place them physically on your device.
You can disable and hide the Spotify tab in Anytune Settings.
Having trouble playing Spotify songs?
Spotify severs in Europe were returning an unexpected (502 Bad Gateway) error and not streaming songs. You will see Failed to Load Song: "track load timed out" when this issue is encountered. This appears to have been a Spotify server side issues which has been corrected by Spotify. If you encounter this problem please report this issue to us.
There are some situations where Spotify can get out of sync and stop working.
If you see "Failed to Load Song", "Spotify load failure 'track load timed out', it may be a network or Spotify server issue.
Network connectivity can effect Spotify's operation. Ensure you have a good network connection.
Verify the song plays in the Spotify app on the same device.
Spotify servers can be overloaded for short periods of time.
There may also be a bug. Your help identifying bugs and offering suggestions is appreciated. If you encounter problems playing Spotify songs please report them to us.
You may see an error notification message when a song plays, or are offered to "Try again" if the song did not play. Trying again will usually succeed.
Anytune currently supports basic Spotify Connect capabilities. You cannot control play/pause a song in Anytune from another remote Spotify instance (i.e. web version on PC).
If Anytune starts behaving strangely, becomes unresponsive, or cannot play a song:
- Play a different Spotify song first, to reconnect
- Restart Anytune (Example: Tap ◾️ and swipe Anytune up to stop)
- Sign out and back in to Spotify within Anytune
- Restart your device
If Spotify believes you are not a Spotify Premium users you may need to:
- Sign out of Spotify everywhere including on Anytune and the Spotify app
- Restart your device
If you repeatedly receive 403 errors trying to play Spotify songs.
- Sign into your Spotify account in a browser, go to Apps, and Revoke Access for Spotify for Anytune.
- Restart Anytune.