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Spotify Launches Release Radar For Personalized Playlists

spotify-1If there is one thing that Spotify seems to get right compared to other streaming platforms, it would be their playlists. Instead of playlists created based on genre or artist, Spotify also offers playlists for occasions, like studying, working, driving, and etc., as well as for moods, like for the night, or when you’re down, and so on.

Now the company has launched a new feature called Release Radar which leverages the company’s ability at creating awesome playlists. According to Spotify, “With Release Radar, we’re giving you a weekly selection of the newest releases that matter most to you in one convenient playlist. You’ll get all of your new favorite Music, without any of the effort that goes into searching for the latest gems.”

Basically this is a dynamic playlist that will be constantly updated to feature the latest music by your favorite artists. The playlist will be updated every Friday and will give users up to 2 hours worth of music from artists that you like, as well as new music that Spotify thinks you might enjoy based on your recent listening habits.

According to Matt Ogle, Senior Product Owner at Spotify, “With the huge amount of new music released every week, it can be difficult to keep up with the latest tracks. With Release Radar, we wanted to create the simplest way for you to find all the newly released music that matters the most to you, in one playlist.” The feature should already be live, so check it out if you’re looking for that personalized and always up-to-date playlist.

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