Spotify rolls out new ‘Browse’ page for moods, moments, and more

Spotify rolls out new ‘Browse’ page for moods, moments, and more

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Spotify announced on Monday that a new “Browse” page has been added to the music streaming service. Designed to further help listeners discover new music and artists as well as find the right songs for the moment, it’s a bunch of handpicked playlists. Headed out for a long run? Grilling out on the patio? Spending a quiet evening in, reading a book? There’s a playlist for that!

Browse adds the human touch to this mix, creating a three-dimensional approach to music discovery. Between your friends, our personalised recommendations and real music experts, it’s the perfect formula to ensure you’ll always have the right music for every moment.

Features include:

  • Music for every moment: The right tunes for a morning commute, the party tonight, and the hangover tomorrow
  • Music for every mood: More than just genres, listen to a playlist for romance or a collection of face melting guitarists
  • Browse for what’s hot and what’s new: Find all the latest album and single releases from favorite artists, and a collection of Spotify’s top lists

In addition to the browsing option, Spotify also announced “Messages”, a new service which should roll out in the coming weeks. The aim is to help improve the sharing of music with friends on Spotify hopes that thes conversations will be both simple and meaningful.

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