Spotify is renaming its live audio app and moving it into its main music streaming app to make it more visible according to a report from Bloomberg. Greenroom which Spotify launched last June will be rebranded as Spotify live a place where creators can hold conversations that subscribers can listen to.
At launch, a Spotify account was not required to use the green room but with the product moving to the mainstreaming app as part of the rebranding that is likely to change as well. Evidence of the update expected in the second quarter was discovered by developer steve Moser in Spotify is I phone app and confirmed by bloom berg is sources.
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Spotify launched green room on IOS and android last year as a competitor to the clubhouse. It was built on locker room an app created by betty labs a software developer that Spotify acquired the previous march. When it launched greenhouse Spotify was one of several tech plat forms building live audio products hoping to catch some of the buzzes that clubhouse originally invite-only garnered in its first year. But unlike live audio quality such as Twitter space green room has not really found a wider audience so after getting off to a relatively slow start after its rebrand last year. Spotify did not immediately reply to a request for comment from the verge on Wednesday.