Spotify launched its standalone Kids app for all Premium Family users almost a year ago. At the time, the company committed to high confidentiality standards, and he quickly followed by leaving the parents block content and view listening history in May. Today, the streaming service adds a little fun to everyone: shared playlists.
In the PIN-protected settings of the Spotify Kids app, parents can choose which of their playlists they want to share with their kids. All playlists must be created by a parent. Of course, Spotify recommends that adults check the content of any collection for inappropriate content, like explicit tracks marked “E,” before making mixes available to their children. If you remove a song from a playlist in the main Spotify app, the action will sync to Spotify Kids. Ditto for all additions or other updates. A pop-up will ask parents to confirm they want to share a playlist the first time they do so. And at any time, parents can go to Spotify Kids settings to revoke a shared playlist.