The well-known fitness tracking app Strava recently unveiled a brand-new Spotify in-app connection. This enables users to record their activity on Strava while listening to music, podcasts, and audiobooks.
Strava adds Spotify integration with the latest update
Users can now play, pause, restart, skip, and browse their playlists right from the Strava record screen thanks to the integration with Spotify. A one-time link between the two platforms is necessary to access this feature.
According to the firm, this new integration eliminates the need for free and premium Spotify customers to navigate between apps and makes it simple for them to access the inspiration that propels them to action.
In the meantime, Spotify has made the historic decision to cede management of its most popular “Workout” playlists to Strava on April 20. Starting next week, Spotify users will have the ability to listen to Strava-curated sounds.
Both Strava Summit subscribers and those who enrol for free can now access this new feature. Please be aware that to listen to music without advertisements on the Strava app, you will need a Spotify premium subscription.
According to the announcement, Mateo Ortega, Strava’s Vice President of Connected Partnerships, said,