Spotify正在測試於家庭方案推出顯式內容過濾器

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  • Spotify正在測試於家庭方案推出顯式內容過濾器

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    ◎幾週前Spotify推出了一個顯式的內容過濾器,但與其他串流服務相比,它仍然存在侷限性。在其目前的形式中,新的顯式過濾器僅適用於個人用戶,但Spotify告訴The Verge它正在積極測試家庭方案的直接過濾器。

    ◎Spotify的顯式過濾器選項在4月初出現,僅適用於付費訂閱用戶在移動裝置應用程式上使用。根據該公司的網站,它目前也僅限於個人帳戶和裝置,如果使用Spotify Connect在其他裝置上播放則不適用。Spotify表示該功能將在未來適用在更多裝置上。

    ◎把顯式過濾帶入家庭方案是一個明顯的功能添加,會使它在家長選擇時更具競爭力,在過去,過濾顯式內容的能力對於決定選擇哪個串流音樂提供商的家長而言常常是一個關鍵點。Apple Music和Pandora都允許用戶限制播放顯式內容有一段時間了,Google Play提供了部分顯式過濾功能,讓用戶在收聽廣播串流時可以進行過濾;然而Spotify在提供顯式過濾方面遲了一步。

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    Spotify rolled out an explicit content filter a few weeks ago, but it still has limitations compared to other streaming services. In its current form, the new explicit filter is only available for individual users, but Spotify tells The Verge that it is actively testing the explicit filter for family plans.

    Spotify's explicit filter option appeared earlier this month and is only available for Premium users on the mobile app. Per the company's website, it is also currently restricted to individual accounts and devices, and it doesn't apply if you use Spotify Connect to play on another device. Spotify says the feature will be coming to more devices in the future.

    On explicit filtering, Spotify is better late than never. Bringing it to family plans is an obvious addition, one that would make it more competitive with parents. Although the company is only testing the filter for now, it would make sense to see the feature implemented permanently at some point down the line.

    In the past, the ability to filter explicit content has often been a tipping point for parents who are deciding which streaming music provider to sign up for. Both Apple Music and Pandora have allowed users to restrict playing explicit content for some time, and Google Play offers partial explicit filtering, letting users filter while listening to radio streams. Spotify, however, is late to the game on explicit filtering, even though it's a feature users have actively asked for (and acknowledged by Spotify) for years.

    The Verge

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