More than we've ever done, we remember a song that we haven't listened to for a long time and that we have saved MP3s, but when looking for it in our music service streaming we were disappointed to see that it was not available.
Currently music services by streaming Apple Music, Google Music, and Deezer give us the ability to upload our own MP3 files to our account and synchronize them with our other devices. However, the most popular service of all – Spotify – does not allow it.
But everything seems to indicate that this will change soon because they have discovered the secret in applying Spotify for Android which reveals the possibility of uploading our MP3 files to our account, as you see in the following screenshot:
As you can see in the picture above, the interface looks quite sophisticated so it might be a new function and what is expected to be can be very close to being released for all successful platform users.
That if Spotify is different from its competitors because it offers the possibility to upload MP3s directly from smartphones, at least Apple and Deezer platforms only allow it in their desktop applications.
We currently don't know the date on which this new function can be released and on what platform it will be available.
With information from the Android Police