Bandcamp has always had a useful, if unpolished, mobile app for streaming the tracks you buy on their platform. However, one thing you couldn’t do before today was queue albums and tracks. The good news is that Bandcamp has fixed this glitch in their software with a new update that is available through and .
To queue a song or album, navigate to your music library by tapping the heart icon located at the bottom of the interface and tapping the album you want to play. You can queue the entire album by pressing the relevant button on the playback controls. Meanwhile, to queue a single song, press the three-dot icon located next to the individual track you want to hear. You can also reorder what’s next at any time by dragging a song to another position in the queue.
We’ll be honest, it’s surprising that the Bandcamp app didn’t include a queue feature before today, but it probably hasn’t been used for music streaming by as many people as you might think. Thanks to supporting musicians during the pandemic, Bandcamp has enjoyed a surge in popularity and goodwill. At the start of the year for the company, approximately 800,000 people spent over $70 million purchasing music and merchandise on the 17 Fridays of Bandcamp that the company held throughout 2020 and 2021. Although many of these people likely purchased music through Bandcamp before, at least some of them were new to the platform. And you have to imagine that both groups want to hear their collections on the go.
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