Strava is the most important sports activity tracking platform on the planet. It is used mostly from cell phones to record routes and compare performances on similar routes made by other athletes enrolled in Strava.
Its users number in the tens of millions given Strava’s exciting features, including location sharing, tracking, and connecting with sports watches and body sensors. And now they have one more reason to use it: to listen to their music from Spotify.
Indeed, a recent update to the .Strava app for iOS and Android has added a Spotify widget to the activity log screen. In such a way that from the same application you can play the songs recently listened to on Spotify, although you can also manually select specific music content, if you are a Spotify premium user.
How to connect your Strava account with Spotify?
This new Strava function benefits users who do medium or high intensity running or cycling, since it prevents them from having to switch between applications to play music in the middle of their sporting activity.
To connect your Spotify and Strava accounts do the following:
Go to the activity log screen and tap the icon that looks like a musical note.
The option to connect your Spotify account with the Strava app will immediately appear.
Finally, grant the corresponding permissions.
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