With the a new free Cydia release dubbed as Spotty you can force Spotify app to display album artwork illustrations in Spotify’s playlist view in iOS 9. Usually this app doesn’t show album artwork illustrations beside your songs in playlist view. Spotty tweak fixes it and additionally helps to make it a lot more uncomplicated popularity of tune at a look.
How To Display Album Artwork Illustrations In Spotify’s Playlist View
For many users the Spotify playlist view looks like text list and it can be a real challenge to find the music you’re looking for. Once the Spotty is installed on your jailbroken device the album artwork should appear beside the songs in playlist view, you’ll notice how much quicker you’ll recognize the songs you want to listen to from the list.
This makes music changing a lot easier while walking around or multitasking as there in need to take away from your concentration taken what you’re already doing.
So in order to get the ability to display album artwork illustrations in Spotify’s playlist view in iOS 9 you should go to Cydia’s BigBoss repository and download Spotty tweak absolutely for free. Spotty supports all jailbroken iOS 9 devices and works with the latest version (6.8.0) of the free Spotify app that can be downloaded from the App Store. Additionally, the tweak doesn't have a configuration pane, in order that adjustments are spotted right away after set up.
As for me with the album artwork being shown the Spotify app looks a whole lot better. But it all comes down to taste and preference. What is more the tweak's caching functionality that is built right into it the album artwork for your songs continue to display even when you go offline. This really great as you don’t actually need to have a direct internet connection to enjoy your visuals of course if they’ve been already downloaded and stored.