Spotify announced on Tuesday, April 12th that it is currently heading on to the rebranding of its Greenroom app, a live audio app, as Spotify Live will get its features to the main Spotify app. Moreover, with the rebranding, Spotify Live can be separately downloaded as a standalone app or may be used as a Livestream feature in the main Spotify app beside your regular playlist and podcasts. Presently, Spotify will feature select live content from Spotify Live, while the app will be available to be downloaded as a whole and used by the individual creator.

According to Spotify’s blog post on its app, the streamers can now take advantage of live streaming in Spotify’s main app itself via the Artist’s page. Meanwhile, if the streamers wish to participate in the chat or even join the artist on the stage, you can do so by opening the Spotify Live app.

Spotify had launched Greenroom app as a rival to the existing Clubhouse app that lets the streamers and listeners have a chat and perform live in the chat itself. Greenroom was initially featured in the Locker Room app that was developed by Betty Labs, which is owned by Spotify in March 2021. It saw quite a slow beginning during the launch. However, its popularity, later on, did succeed in overshadowing the existing audio apps, including Twitter Spaces.

In the meantime, you have some of the thrilling live streams coming up on Spotify including After Hours With Alex Cooper with its Call Her Daddy stream that took place on Wednesday, April 13th, Swedish House Mafia Paradise Again album release party with Spotify Live, DJ Akademiks’s Livestream with guest Waka Flocka Flame. Also, there are some streams that are live and now available on the Spotify app, including Lorem Life with Dev Lemons and Max Motley, Taylor Talk with Ellie Schnitt, Money Moves with Lauren Simmons, A Gay in the Life with spouses Garrett Clayton and Blake Knight, Deux Me After Dark with Deuxmoi, Internet People Live with Zack Fox, The Ringer MMA Show with Ariel Helwani, Chuck Mindenhall, and Petesy Carroll, The Ringer NBA Show, etc.