It is about Spotify desktop application on Mac and the steps to make it accessible.
My spotify version is 188.8.131.52 but any version later than 0.9.4 (released in September, 2013) would be fine.
There are two steps to make it happen.
Step 1: Open Terminal.app
Step 2: Type the following line and hit enter:
That's it. If Spotify doesn't launch, please check the path where Spotify is installed.
The contents are basically HTML. The layout is complex but if you already have used the Web version, it may be not so difficult to move around.
Here are some tips when searching:
-Hotkey "Command + L" to jump to the search box. After the search, hit Tab once to jump to the main content where the search results are shown. If you hit Tab twice, you can jump to the player controls.
-Some tables are not interactive with "VO + Shift + down" but you can move around inside the table by using Tab or Up/Down arrow keys.
-Current song title and artist name are shown in the title bar.
Lastly, I know that Spotify is not the only option. There are Deezer, Rdio and Apple music that is coming soon. But it is always good to have more options, isn't it? I hope that you find this information useful.
If you find it a bit annoying to launch it from Terminal.app, you can download the launching application from here:
I made it using Automator.app. It is basically a shell script to launch Spotify with the option mentioned above.
It just contains the following one line code:
open -a /Applications/Spotify.app/Contents/MacOS/Spotify --args --force-renderer-accessibility