There is a time and place for everything, right? How would you feel if you have your Spotify playing at a family dinner and all of the sudden an explicit song start playing?
This scenario seems fine if only adults are present. That’s a big no-no if there are children around.
What should I do?
Sadly Spotify doesn’t care. Users can’t disable or set a particular time when explicit songs are not allowed in the app. Luckily, if your iPhone is jailbroken, there is a new jailbreak tweak called Radish that could resolve this problem.
If you can’t jailbreak your iOS device yet then switch over to another music streaming apps such as Pandora, Apple Music, or Tidal. I’m sure Spotify isn’t the only application you guys have.
How to stop Spotify from playing explicit songs in iOS
- Launch Cydia and reload sources
- Add the following repository: https://repo.ioscreatix.com/
- Download and install Radish tweak from there
It’s pretty easy to activate and use this feature. Once you installed it, open the official Spotify app and go to its Playback Settings in the settings panel.
You can turn Radish on and off anytime from there.
This is useful because the tweak doesn’t take away your ability to listen to explicit music. Instead, it will only block Spotify from playing when you want it to.
If you’re a developer, you can find the source code for this Radish tweak from Github or click here.