Monday, September 19, 2016

How To Add New Songs At The Top Of Spotify Playlists In iOS 9

If your iPhone is jailbroken you can easily put new songs at the top of Spotify playlists in iOS 9. Usually when you add new songs in Spotify playlists they appear at the bottom of the list, that is very unhandy. But a new free jailbreak tweak known as Tweakify aims to fix this problem.

Rather than adding new songs to the bottom of your song playlists, this tweak adds them to the top so they’re easier to find while still preserving the ability to move and re-order your tracks on your own afterwards. 

So follow the review below to learn how to setup the Tweakify tweak.

How To Put New Songs At The Top Of Spotify Playlists In iOS 9


If you frequently use Spotify you know that one of the popular features is that you the music tagged with Shazam was automatically added to a special playlist in your Spotify app. This allowed you to listen to anything you tagged without having to add it myself later on.

 But many users complained that they really disliked was how the new music would be added to the bottom of the playlist. So if you would like to listen to the new songs you have to listen to all your old songs before you ever got to the new ones. But Tweakify tweak changes this.

So in order to get the ability to put new songs at the top of Spotify playlists in iOS 9 head to Cydia. Once there search for Tweakify tweak that is available as a free download package. Tweakify doesn't have any options to configure and it’ll get to work right after you install it on your jaibroken iPhone or iPad.

Tweakify makes things a bit different however by putting newly-added songs at the top of your Spotify playlists. In doing so, these are going to become the first songs that play when you start playing a Spotify playlist from the top, and this offers you a refreshing change of tune as you discover new music to add.

It’s a relatively small tweak, but it’s a nice one at that to have in your collection of jailbreak tweaks. The Tweakify tweak requires the Spotify app, which if you don’t already have, is a free download from the App Store.

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