Spotify’s New Custom Mixes Will Keep Your Playlists Up-to-Date


Who doesn’t love a personalized experience? Well according to Engadget Spotify feels the same. Spotify’s new custom blends will focus on artists, genres, and decades. From today, whether you are a free or premium user, you will have access to the new mixes.

The three new custom blends are inspired by Daily mix. Now Spotify offers daily mixes by combining users’ favorite tracks with music the app thinks you’ll like. However, the new mix categories start with your music but will update them with songs chosen by the algorithms in the app.

The new blends even come with more descriptive titles. The tracks are grouped by artist, genre or decade. So, if you are a fan of a specific genre of music, Spotify will take care of you. For example, if you like the golden age of hip-hop in the late 80s, Spotify will make you an 80s mix.

Do you like to sing on weekends so much that you know all the lyrics? Well, Spotify is here for you too. Because of your love for The Weekend, Spotify will create a mix that includes songs from the singer’s Canadian popstar. Maybe you want to spice up your listening habit. You will also have your choice of genre mixes.

Spotify’s new custom mixes will update your playlists according to your liking

Spotify says new songs will be added to mixes frequently. Even better users will only have to search the “Made For You” hub to find them.

Recently, making Spotify playlists just got easier. It’s for users who want to build their own playlist in case you don’t trust the algorithms. Or if you have to stay in control. Both desktop and web apps have received updates that match the feel of the mobile app.

By adding new controls that allow users to use the built-in search bar, Spotify has made it easier for users to find songs. Podcasts are also easier to find. This is good because Spotify is focused on the podcast market.

Users will even be able to add images and write descriptions for existing playlists using desktop and web apps. Recently, Spotify announced that in addition to podcasts, it brings a live audio functionality to the platform.

With offers like Clubhouse and Twitter spaces, users clearly like the new method of communication. Spotify’s new live audio feature will even be available for download. As a result, it will potentially be easier to create podcast episodes. All in all, with this feature coming and the introduction of new playlists, it looks like Spotify will keep its users entertained.

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