As we all know, Spotify is a Swedish, non-free music streaming application. It delivers digital copyright-restricted recorded music and podcasts from record labels and media businesses, totalling over 82 million tracks. Basic functions are free with commercials and limited control as a freemium service, while extra capabilities, including offline listening and commercial-free listening, are available for a fee. As of October 2021, Spotify is available in over 180 countries. Users can build, update, and share playlists and search for music by artist, album, or genre.

Spotify to recommend songs

Spotify is experimenting with a customised feed on the app’s home screen, similar to TikTok, a Chinese short-video production platform, to make it easier for users to explore music. It’s beta-testing a new experience for Spotify users in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, where customers can discover new music and listen to Canvas loops in a customised feed that appears on the app’s home screen.

The feed will suggest 15 songs per day. “Scroll up or down through your customised favourites to hear a preview and see the Canvas for each song to navigate the feed,” the streaming site explained. All from one place, you may add a song to one of your playlists or follow the artist.

If there’s a recommended music you want the world to hear, Spotify says you can share it directly from the feed to your social channels, and the Canvas will loop in the backdrop of your Story. Spotify is also experimenting with a podcast “audio news feed.” Spotify is testing a tool that allows listeners to discover music they like through a collection of playlists produced by Spotify users and influencers.

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