Whether you’re searching for the latest chart-toppers or undiscovered gems from independent musicians, Spotify caters to every musical taste and preference.
However, like any popular audio streaming platform, Spotify also has its fair share of bugs and issues.
For example, we recently covered the issues where the Spotify AI DJ kept playing the same recently played songs and the app’s volume randomly kept setting to Max on Alexa speakers. Now, a new one has surfaced.
Spotify shared lyrics are showing massive space between lines on Android
This visual glitch has drawn significant backlash from people who find the app’s UI unattractive and visually displeasing.
They assert that the lyrics get chopped off from the bottom due to excessive spacing, making it difficult for one to share the complete set. This limitation has made several users consider the sharing feature to be completely pointless.
As per the claims, they have been experiencing this problem for about a week and it remains unresolved until now. Those affected have even questioned the point of introducing such a useless change.
@SpotifyCares is it just me or has this happened to anyone? it used to be working just fine.
I hate how spotify separates the lyrics when i try share them. like it’s so annoying.
Some have tried following the common troubleshooting steps like restarting, uninstalling and reinstalling the app, but without success. A Redditor even claims that this is not a bug but an intentional change.
Although this change hasn’t reached everyone, including those who are on the latest app version, so it’s quite possible that this is a server-side change or update.
We’ll continuously monitor the issue where the Spotify ‘shared lyrics’ are showing massive space or gaps between lines on Android and update you accordingly.
Note: We also have a dedicated Spotify bugs, issues, and new features tracker, so be sure to check it out.
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