Spotify announced yesterday that it would be redesigning its iOS application with support for new features like original video clips and podcasts. A few glimpses of the updated version of the music streaming app were shown off during the announcement, but today a tipster has supplied us with a collection of screenshots from a beta build of the upcoming release.

Below you’ll find a gallery demonstrating the podcast integration, running speed-based tempo detection, and more. Almost every corner of the app has been completely overhauled with a new design. Many of the icons in the older app have been removed in favor of simple text labels, and a host of new features have been added.

Apple is set to debut its own Spotify competitor next month at WWDC alongside the next generation of its mobile and desktop software.

No details have been provided yet on when this version of Spotify will be available, but some users are reporting that it’s rolling out to them already, so it shouldn’t be too much longer before everyone has it. Until then, here’s a look at what you can expect:

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