Apparently, nowhere, Spotify has added a sleep timer to its Android application (via Android Police). A similar feature has been available to iOS users for some time, so its addition is welcome to us using Google's mobile operating system.
To access Spotify's sleep times, you must first play a song – you'll need to play the Now Playing page. From there, tap the overflow menu button (three points) in the upper right corner. Finally, scroll down the list and search for it Sleep timer option. You can now choose to break the music program to one of the set times or to the end of the given track.
If you get lost, follow the screenshot below.
The feature appears to be live on version 18.104.22.1689 of the Spotify program. It will probably roll out the server side, so it may not be on your device yet.
February 26, 2019: Spotify is finally available to officially download in India. Users in the region can sign in to the music stream service through several packages here. The Spotify expansion tool is now available in a total of 79 markets with over 200 million users.
January 16, 2019: The latest Spotify update has a new "Car View". Car View changes the interface to make it easier to manage your music while driving. The mode removes the album art and enlarges the song name, artist, media control, and the two Like and Shuffle buttons.
October 18, 2018: Spotify has streamlined navigation, the search engine redesign for more personalized recommendations, and has added endless premium radio station users.
September 13, 2018: Spotify has the number of songs users can download up to 10,000 per device in a total of five devices. This is a significant increase on the previous limit of 3 333 songs per device up to three devices.