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17 Nov, 2023
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App enhancements include new themes and customization options for users.

Instafest, the application that gained attention last year, has rolled out a notable feature allowing users to generate personalized music festival posters using playlist links. Developed by Anshay Saboo, the app has undergone updates, introducing additional themes and customization features for an enhanced user experience.

Users can now create music festival posters by linking playlists from platforms such as Apple Music or YouTube Music. For Spotify users, a simple sign-in through their Spotify account enables seamless integration. Instafest introduces three new themes—Indio Midnight, Valley Sunset, and Desert Nova—inspired by the Coachella posters.

Notably, users have the option to customize the artist list, providing control over the content displayed on their posters.

Instafest's surge in popularity last year led to a new app trend. Other apps such as LineUpSupply (now PlaylistAI) quickly followed suit, introducing features that allow users to generate festival posters through their Spotify accounts.