Yes. Plug spinners can be used for two purposes, and that situation is one of them (i.e., locks that need more than one rotation of the cylinder to open/lock).
The other time you'd use a plug spinner is if you pick the lock in the "wrong" direction. (You'll find that some locks can be more easily picked in one direction than the other. If so, you can just pick the lock in the easiest direction and then use a plug spinner to get you going in the direction you want.)
To be honest, my experience with commercial plug spinners has been hit-and-miss, so I wouldn't say that there's anything magic about them. To be honest, I've had as much luck with a tension wrench and a rubber band.