In this article, we'll take a look at how to uninstall or delete the Spotify app from your Android phone or tablet. When an application is uninstalled, it always moves into an “Inactive” state on your device, which means it's still running in the background but isn’t using any resources. The app will have a small icon to tell you that it's inactive, even after it’s been uninstalled.
Soon after Spotify announced its acquisition by Spotify's parent company Rdio , we saw a number of Instant Mixes for albums and playlists (which were later confirmed to be a new feature for the service). The first one made its way quickly to our ears, featuring an incredibly diverse set of songs, from an amazingly eclectic playlist by the multi-platinum artists INHEAVEN to classic rock and indie icons MASTODON . Within an hour of its release, it was seen by quite a few Spotify users and soon made its way onto our iTunes user playlists . While the lengthy descriptions stating the mix’s inclusion criteria proved very helpful when curating this playlist of different genres and musical tastes, we understand that many users (like ourself) might not find it that easy to remember if that playlist is indeed valid for the "Various Artists - Instant Mixes" genre — a feature that sure isn’t as easy to find as a regular playlist for the main Spotify app.
If you go to Settings > Accessibility > Advanced settings > Accessibility button, you can then choose to add a button to either your navigation bar or to float over other apps. To choose what the button does, tap on Select actions: there you can choose from over a dozen options, including magnification, amplifying ambient sound and other useful functions. d2c66b5586