If you use Spotify on your Android phone, chances are you’ve noticed videos popping up on the playback screen in place of the normal album artwork. Spotify calls these „Canvas“ videos, and while I think they look kinda cool, I also understand how they might annoy some people. Eager to get rid of Canvas videos once and for all? Here’s how to turn them off.
Products used in this guide
- Flagship phone: Samsung Galaxy S10 (From $900)
How to turn off Canvas videos in the Spotify Android app
- Open Spotify on your phone.
- Tap Your Library on the bottom navigation bar.
- Tap the settings icon in the top right corner.
Scroll down and tap the toggle next to Canvas.
That’s it — you’ve officially turned off Spotify’s Canvas videos. Should you ever find yourself wanting to turn them back on, simply repeat the steps shown above.
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Samsung Galaxy S10
The very best that Android has to offer.
What’s not to like about the Galaxy S10? It has a stunning AMOLED display, powerful Snapdragon 855 processor, and three rear cameras that are endlessly fun to use. It’s certainly not a cheap phone, but if you can afford it, it’s so worth it.
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This article was originally posted on Android Central