Spotify ‘Supremium’: What it is and how much it costs – Times of India

Spotify announced a more expensive HiFi tier in February 2021, but there hasn't been an official update since then. However, many leaks suggest that the Swedish company may soon release the long-awaited HiFi level. Now, a report claims that Spotify's “Supremium” subscription will not only offer 24-bit lossless audio, but a host of other features, including AI-powered playlists.
A Reddit user (via The Verge ) found various features and an alleged “Supremium” tier subscription price in the Spotify app's code. Features include 24-bit lossy audio, AI playlist creation, and advanced mixing tools that allow users to customize the order of playlists based on beats per minute. This will result in smooth transitions between songs.
Additionally, there's also an option to filter playlist songs by mood or genre, and a Soundcheck feature that lets users “learn more about your listening habits and find out what mix of sounds is unique to you.” The Supremium level can also have 30 hours of audiobook listening each month.
Spotify ‘Supremium' price
The Redditor also found that the Supremium price is listed at $19.99 per month, which could change when the tier debuts. It's worth noting that last year a Spotify subscriber shared screenshots of a survey that suggested the price of a “platinum” subscription could be $19.99.
The screenshots mention that this tier will get “HiFi, Studio Sound, Headphone Tuner, Audio Insight, Library Pro, Playlist Pro, and limited ad Spotify podcasts.”
Currently, the Spotify Premium Individual plan costs $10.99 per month, the Premium Duo plan costs $14.99 per month, the Premium Family plan costs $16.99 per month, and the Premium Student plan costs $5.99 per month.
What Spotify Says
Spotify declined to comment on “speculation about possible new features.”
“At Spotify, we're constantly iterating and thinking to improve our product offering and offer value to our customers,” Spotify spokesperson CJ Stanley was quoted as saying.
“But we don't comment on speculation about possible new features, and we don't have anything new to share at this time,” Stanley added.