The notorious login issue has plagued Spotify users, particularly on mobile devices, for a long time. Users have complained about the issue on Reddit and other online forums, and Spotify moderators have been observed removing the complaints.
However, now that the issue has been identified, the corporation has already made the fix available through an update.
After many weeks of waiting, Spotify has finally issued a statement confirming that the update will be corrected. Hello there, We appreciate your understanding while we investigated this matter.
We’re happy to report that this issue should be resolved for everyone at this time. Ensure that you have the newest version of your app. Those experiencing the issue should therefore immediately download the most recent version in order to resolve it.
Fixed Spotify Sign-In Problem
Spotify acknowledged the issue and made an effort to provide users with temporary relief prior to implementing a solution.
“Hello, everyone!” When users attempt to access their accounts via mobile data, an error screen displaying “Something went wrong.” appears. Attempt again. The blog post stated, “According to the reports we’re hearing, it seems this is having an effect on Telstra customers.
On social media and blogs, users had been complaining about the issue for months. The most common issue was one that prevented users from logging into a device. The problem affected mobile data connections significantly more frequently. Due to a related issue, the app’s search functionality was also unusable.
Spotify has one of the highest prices for music streaming services in India at the present time. Apple’s Apple Music service is more affordable than Spotify’s monthly subscriptions. Even Amazon Prime Music and Google’s YouTube Music are substantially more affordable. Gaana and JioSaavn, for instance, offer significantly cheaper annual subscription plans.
Uncertainty surrounds the rate at which Spotify resolves the other problems with missing friend activity and grayed-out music.