Music-streaming program Spotify is growing its social functions with a new “Follow” tab on its desktop program to create a more social music experience.

The Follow tab has already been available for some customers and will start to roll out to the rest in phases, the company verified to The Next Web. The Follow tab will switch the People tab and list users’ profiles on the songs network you’ve followed – much like Twitter.

Users’ information now list follower counts, current activity playlists and more, with thanks to the update. The profiles were formerly locked down to showing just playlists, but happen to be expanded much further. Customers can follow others in the right sidebar, a particularly helpful feature for popular artists.

Such as the old version, users’ listening habits continues to stream over the right sidebar, therefore you can locate an embarrassing jam from your mates.

Spotify further introduced an updated iOS app, including a new sidebar and Now Playing bar.

The sidebar shows up when a consumer swipes right with their finger, which offers access to the What’s New, Radio, Playlist and more. When it comes to Now Playing Bar, it is available at the bottom of the screen and exhibits the current track. In our fast hands-on with the update, we thought it was much sleeker.

You can obtain the iOS app update from the App Store. The update to the desktop application will unveil to users progressively