Spotify NowPlaying Widget overlay (Easy to use in OBS, made for Twitch Streamers)

Free Spotify NowPlaying Widget overlay (Easy to use in OBS, made for Twitch Streamers)

Our website does easily make it possible for streamers to show their currently playing song on their Twitch or Youtube streams.

1. Login with Spotify on our website (
2. Go to the widgets page
3. Click on the view button next to "Default OBS widget"
4. Copy the url shown in red
5. Paste the url in a new OBS browser source
6. Start playing Spotify and enjoy your new fancy widget!


(Branding on the flyer above is a bit different because we are working on a brand new version of NowPlaying with more implementations).
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3.75 star(s) 4 ratings

Latest updates

  1. Fully disabled nightbot for existing users

    We have disabled Nightbot support for all users that were still using the connection before we...
  2. Behind the scenes changes

    Our widgets are now more future proof because we did some behind the scenes changes to make sure...
  3. Auto refreshing widgets

    Widgets will now automatically refresh their own webpage when a new widget update releases.

Latest reviews

Fast and clean look.
Thanks! I appreciate the positive review.
Been using for a while now, super easy to setup. Originally wasn't working because of busy server, but after swapping the widget has worked flawlessly. Didn't have to log into their website for a while now, and still working. Both Spotify Web and the desktop app are recognized by the widget.
Thank you for your positive review, I appreciate that!
Requires approval to use so I can't verify wherever it's good or bad. Leaving 1 star cause it's not easy to get started due to being gated upon registration
The fact that you did not ask for access in our Discord server does not mean our resource is worth one star...
It's very easy to setup. Animations of popping-up and disappearing are cool.
If this site did not require many permissions, it's much better.
Hi Norihiro, thank you for your nice review! The reason why we require many permissions is because then we do not have to ask users to login again with new permissions when we build any new functionality which requires more permissions.