The exam will be restricted to the United States and the firm is going to invite a select few Spotify Premium users to the same. Spotify stated that it doesn’t have any plans to release the apparatus for those customers at this time.
“While we understand there has been some speculation about our future plans,’Automobile Thing’ was designed to help us know more about how people listen to music and podcasts. Our focus remains on becoming the world’s number one sound system, not on generating hardware,” Spotify stated in a blog article on Friday.
The system plugs into a car’s 12-volt socket for electricity and connects to both a person’s car and phone over Bluetooth.
The aftermath word for the apparatus as intended would be”Hey Spotify”, which, accompanied by a tune request would allow users to get their playlists and listen to their favourite music, The Verge reported.
“Car Thing” was created with a round display on one side, to display what is being played, and on the flip hand are a set of buttons which may be used to get playlist presets.
The test is supposed to incorporate a small set of individuals and as an element of the evaluation, some superior users would receive the device at no cost.
“We don’t have any current plans to make this particular device available to customers, however, the learnings from our test will dictate how we create experiences anyplace you listen,” Spotify included in its post.