Spotify is testing a new app that's just for listening to playlists

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"When you have access to all the music in the world, finding the right thing to play can feel like a challenge", the Google Play listing reads. If you choose to listen to only jazz songs, indie or pop hits, it will automatically open up a station and start playing. Like Spotify's core service, there's a personalization element with user-based playlists created once enough music has been played for it to gather data.

Spotify have quietly launched a new app on Android called Stations. "Stations is an experiment by Spotify that makes it easy for anyone to listen to great music".

The idea behind the app is simple: it can be hard to figure out what you want to listen to sometimes, so the Stations app helps you get around that by providing you with a bunch of different stations personalised to your taste. Among the thousands of curated playlists and custom-made selections Stations also features Spotify's personalised playlists for you like Discover Weekly and Release Radar. The app is now an Android exclusive and, at least at the time of publication, appears to still only be available in Australia. Apparently you can add or delete playlists that exist, but can't create new ones.

Stations will offer some personalization as users listen to their favorite programs, according to the app description.

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An app that focuses on leanback listening via personalized radio stations: That approach seems very reminiscent to Pandora's original streaming service.

As part of moves to remain competitive, Spotify launched a version of its app for iMessage in September.

In case you already have the Spotify app for iOS installed on your phone, you can simply switch on the new Spotify iMessage app from the iMessage App Store.

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