Spotify’s Car Thing now has new features, including the ability to queue songs and respond to calls.

Spotify’s Car Thing was recently introduced in the US. Now, Spotify is bringing back new features and controls to the device. Spotify’s Car Thing, a $90 gadget that acts as an infotainment system in your car’s vehicle, is available to the uninitiated. Spotify has announced that it can be used to answer phone calls and to add podcasts and tracks to the queue.

Spotify claims that “Add to Queue”, one of its most popular features, is available to users. To add tracks and podcasts to your playlist, tap on the screen, hold the track for a long time, or speak out “Hey Spotify”, queue driver’s license”. You can view your queued podcasts and songs by simply saying “Hey Spotify”, or pressing the button while in the “Now playing” view.

Spotify’s Car Thing now has the ability to take or dismiss calls. You can switch media between presets or by simply tapping on the screen.

Spotify claims that users now have the ability to ask their Car Thing for music according to their mood. You can ask Spotify to play Sunday RnB. Spotify will instantly create your personalized playlist and play it.

Spotify stated that “Bringing these new, highly-anticipated features to Car Thing was part of Spotify’s continuing commitment to creating a truly frictionless user experience across all devices–whether they are at home or in their car.” Are you already a Car Thing customer? You don’t have to worry, iOS users will get the latest updates automatically!

The Car Thing is compatible with USB, Bluetooth, and Aux. The Car Thing features a knob and a touchscreen with a bright display. Voice control is also available. It does not include speakers so it can use your car’s speakers.

Faqs

Car Thing is a small touchscreen that displays your playlists, song and podcast requests, and recent searches that you can navigate with your voice or a large side dial to move as a cursor and adjust the volume. There are four buttons along the top edge that you can map playlists to for easy access.02-Mar-2022

Car Thing connects with the Spotify mobile app on your phone, then uses the phone’s cellular signal (or Wi-Fi, if available) to stream your music or podcasts over the car’s sound system. The device itself works with USB, Bluetooth and Aux.22-Feb-2022

You can buy Spotify’s Car Thing directly from Spotify’s Car Thing page, as long as you’re on Spotify’s Premium subscription plan. You also need to have a smartphone with an internet connection (be that Wi-Fi or through your mobile data plan) to use the device.02-Mar-2022

How does it work? The ‘Car Thing’ connects with your Spotify mobile application and uses the smartphone’s internet to stream music or audio files to play it directly in your car via sound system. The service can be also used on its own through Bluetooth, Aux cord and USB.23-Feb-2022

Car Thing connects with the Spotify mobile app on your phone, then uses the phone’s cellular signal (or Wi-Fi, if available) to stream your music or podcasts over the car’s sound system. The device itself works with USB, Bluetooth and Aux.22-Feb-2022

Car Thing was officially announced in April and was available to only select Premium users in October. Now anyone who pays for the Spotify can buy the device for $89.99. It’s just a one-time fee to own the device that connects your paid music subscription to the car.22-Feb-2022

Conclusion

Spotify has brought new features with the introduction of its Car Thing. The Car Thing is compatible with USB, Bluetooth, and Aux. It does not include speakers so it can use your car’s speakers. Users can switch media between presets or by simply tapping on the screen. There are four buttons along the