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A New Way to Find Music

The app analyzes color in photos to provide Spotify track recommendations


by Daniel Edward Luo
FREE in the App Store

The app analyzes color in photos to provide Spotify track recommendations.

What is it about?

The app turns photos into music by analyzing the color in the image. It will then provide track recommendations. It works with both Spotify free and premium accounts.


App Details

Music Photo & Video
Last updated
March 18, 2021
Release date
March 7, 2021
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

SpotiCam turns photos into music by analyzing the color in photos to get Spotify track recommendations based on that color.

NOTE: you will need a Spotify account (Free or Premium) to get track recommendations from Spotify's servers.

How does it work?

First, you take a picture. SpotiCam takes that picture and calculates the average color in the center portion of the picture. Then, that color value gets fed through SpotiCam’s mathematical model to generate track attribute values for Spotify’s recommendation engine: danceability, energy, and mood.

SpotiCam then asks Spotify for track recommendations that most closely match these values and your selected genres. Once you have your recommendations, you can tap on each track to go directly to the track and start listening in Spotify.

The results may surprise you. Keep taking pictures and see what you get— you just might discover something interesting. Once you have your recommendations in hand, you can create a new Spotify playlist right from the app!

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