The Spotify music streaming service has apps that allow you to listen to music on your iPhone, computer, and several other types of devices. The service has been around for several years and has consistently been upgraded and improved. Part of these changes involves the addition of new features, including one called “Behind the Lyrics.” This is a feature that will show on the “Now Playing” screen while a song is playing from one of your playlists, and provides information about the song and the artist.
However, you might prefer not to use this feature, which can leave you looking for a way to disable it. Our guide below will show you where to find that setting so that you can disable Behind the Lyrics on your iPhone’s Spotify app.
How to Stop “Behind the Lyrics” in Spotify
The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 7 Plus, in iOS 10.2.1. Once you have completed the steps in this article, the “Behind the Lyrics” feature in the Spotify app on your iPhone will no longer happen. You can turn this setting on or off whenever you like, in case you decide later that you would like to have it active.
Step 1: Open the Spotify app.
Step 2: Tap the My Library tab at the bottom-right corner of the screen.
Step 3: Tap the gear icon at the top-right corner of the screen.
Step 4: Select the Playback option.
Step 6: Touch the button to the right of Behind the Lyrics to turn it off. The setting is turned off when the button is in the left position, and there is no green shading around it.
Do you use the Spotify app on your Windows computer, too, but you would like it to stop opening automatically when you start your computer? Learn how to stop Spotify from opening automatically by adjusting a setting within the application.
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