As part of their goal to roll out “even more workflow tools” in 2020, SoundCloud has just opened up more robust mobile editing to users of their mobile app.

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Starting today, mobile users can add or change artwork, track titles and genre, update descriptions and (praise the Lord) privacy settings. You can also pin tracks with the Spotlight feature. The latter – one of the core elements of SoundCloud pages – was also previously available only on the website for desktop.

Want your buzziest release to be the first thing fans see? Now you can pin the track from your phone the second it starts picking up speed. Or maybe you’re playing a show and want Spotlight to reflect your setlist. You can create a playlist of your live set and pin it to the top of your profile minutes after hopping off stage.

 

Watch it in action:

The new editing tools are available on the latest version of SoundCloud’s iOS app right now, with support for the Android app to come “soon.”

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