Sharing is good, share your Spotify playlists

One of the most popular Spotify features is the ability to create and share playlists, it’s a great way to discover new music and organize your old favorites. Part of the fun of creating these lists is sharing them with others and since we launched we’ve seen a number of really cool websites pop up that make it easier for you to find and share playlists.

Most recently we’ve found Mixifier, a Facebook application to share playlists which we thought was pretty cool. A small selection of the other sites created for sharing and discovering playlists include Listiply, Specifyspot, Spotylist, Spotyshare and Topsify. All of these sites have been created by users that really love Spotify and want to make it easy for you to find new playlists and share the ones you’ve made.

There are more and more sites coming every week and we think it’s great. We’d like to hear from you if you’ve got a site to share so leave a comment on the blog and let everyone know about your site.


  1. Entra en! es un foro nuevo para compartir todas tus listas de reproducción, por estilos y temas generales. El foro es nuevo, colabora y consigue ser el mejor posteador!

  2. How about making it directly visible in the Spotify user interface how many people are “subscribing” to your playlist at any given time? And perhaps also statistics about the most popular / most skipped songs – that would be interesting to see. And why not a built-in “comments” system as well: perhaps on its own tab.

    And while we’re at it, a possibility to add an identifying image and a textual description – a couple of paragraphs, perhaps – for your playlist. And divider titles for segmenting large playlists. And a possibility to add a short note or comment on individual tunes if you want to dispense some specific information.

    And maybe users could mark individual irritating songs as hidden at will so that they will never appear in any playlist (or are grayed out and skipped) unless you explicitly make them visible.

  3. This is a collection of the best hiphop, rave, trance, techno and R&B you will ever get

  4. A mixture of some of the finest songs across all genres. Be it pop, rock, or dubstep, if it’s good music who cares?