Spotify Launches' Daily Mix "for Custom Playlists Daily



Playlists, particularly those fed for life on the basis of what the listener has used in the past are in fashion these days.
Apple has a strong focus on reading lists, organized by humans, but always based on a user's listening habits, and Spotify has been adjusting its own efforts for some time too. Spotify launched the week Discover July last year, for example, which is designed to bring new music to the user's ears every week, based on a reading list refreshed dedicated to the task.
And now the company is back with another idea, this time designed for people who not only want some new music, but also want the broken content of music you might have heard in the past. Spotify calls "daily mix" and as the name suggests, is a new play list that is updated daily.
As reported by The Verge, Daily Mix combine the new platform music believes that the listener is that you like based on your listening habits in the past, and also include some of the old ways for good measure too. The new content include "between one and six mixtures" for each user, which has been set based on the extent of the user listening habits. Mixtures include visual indications of the album, rather than specific labels, Spotify hopes to allow users to describe their own.
The main difference between weekly Discover Daily Mix and improve the retention level. Specifically, the Journal of the mixture is not completely reset daily. Instead, some songs could be eliminated or transferred to another mixture, and may add new / old songs, but the changes will be more subtle in comparison. According to Spotify, daily mix looks more like a radio station, so you should start to feel more a user listens very well, with a few new tracks added here and there.
The new playlist daily mix should start to appear for Spotify users from today.

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