Karaoke on Spotify, why not?

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For karaoke fans, Spotify will probably become one of their best friends. Because Spotify has started testing a new feature in certain countries where users can see synced lyrics while playing music. In essence, the lyrics appear to go hand in hand with the song, allowing the user to sing along as they travel.

Fortunately this trial can be enjoyed by Spotify fans in Indonesia, as well as Kanda and Mexico, this is confirmed through screenshots on Twitter. Actually Spotify has offered a feature "Behind The Lyrics"However, it is not felt right to be able to sing.

"We confirm that we are testing this feature in a number of countries," a Spotify spokesperson told TechCrunch. "At Spotify, we are always testing new products and experiences but have no further news to share at this time."

Apple Music and Deezer both currently offer similar features, whereas Google's music service does not. If this test is successful, Spotify can roll out this feature globally.

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