- Spotify created a tool called Daylist that it describes as ‘your day in a playlist’
- Here’s everything you need to know about Daily Lists, including how to find yours.
Whether it’s some relaxing classical music while you enjoy your morning coffee or a heavy rock anthem to get you pumped for a run, our music options often change throughout the day.
Now, Spotify has created a new tool called Daylist, which it describes as “your day in a playlist.”
“Throughout the day, your mood changes and so does the music you listen to,” Spotify explained.
“Spotify is excited to bring you the Daily Playlist, a new and ever-changing playlist that moves with you throughout your day.”
Here’s everything you need to know about Daylist, including how to find yours.
Spotify has created a new tool called Daylist, which it describes as ‘your day in a playlist’
Daylist launched today and updates multiple times a day based on your past listening habits.
“Whether you’re having a Thursday night with the windows open and a vibe of excitement” or a “Friday morning with happy dance energy,” the daily list is updated with new titles and tracks that evolve with you over time. throughout the day,” Spotify explained.
“Simply put, it’s your day on a playlist.”
To find your daily playlist, log into Spotify on your computer or the web and simply search for “daily playlist.”
Your personalized playlist will appear with 50 songs, which are updated throughout the day.
MailOnline’s Shivali Best got early access to the tool and reviewed her daily list at 10:15am
According to your listening history, at that time your playlist was titled “soft modern morning for the soul”, and the next playlist update was scheduled for 1:13 p.m.
Daylist is available starting today for free and premium users in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland.
MailOnline’s Shivali Best got early access to the tool and reviewed her daily playlist at 10:15 a.m. According to her listening history, at that time her playlist was titled “Gentle Modern Morning for the Soul,” and the next update of the playlist was scheduled for 1:13 p.m.
“We will continue to evolve the experience and bring it to even more users in the coming months,” Spotify added.
The launch of Daylists comes shortly after the tech giant unveiled a new ‘AI DJ’ tool.
The DJ, nicknamed X, features an “incredibly realistic voice” and creates custom mixes based on your musical taste.
“The DJ is a personalized AI guide who knows you and your musical tastes so well that he can choose what to play for you,” Spotify explains.
“This feature, which first launched in beta, will offer a curated selection of music along with commentary on tracks and artists we think you’ll like in incredibly realistic voice.”
WHAT IS SPOTIFY?
Spotify is a music, video and podcast streaming service founded on April 23, 2006 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Spotify allows users to create and customize their own playlists and browse content using parameters such as genre, artist, and album searches.
Compensates artists by paying them royalties based on the number of streams proportional to the total number of songs streamed overall.
The company was founded by Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon and was officially launched on October 7, 2008.
Spotify is a music, video and podcast streaming service founded on April 23, 2006 in Stockholm, Sweden. Spotify allows users to create and customize their own playlists and browse content using parameters such as genre, artist, and album searches.
It operates using a ‘freemium’ service model, meaning its basic features are free with some restrictions and ads, while additional services are available through paid subscription.
The service is available in most of North and South America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and some parts of Asia.
It is available on macOS, Windows, and Linux computers, as well as Android, iOS, and Windows smartphones and tablets.
Spotify currently has approximately 159 million users, 71 million of whom use paid subscription services.
Is revenue For fiscal year 2017 it is thought to be around $4.99 billion (£3.63 billion).