YouTube Musics latest feature lets users create custom radio stations

YouTube Music is introducing a new radio wits that lets users create their own custom stations, the visitor told TechCrunch on Tuesday. Prior to the launch of this feature, users have started music listening experiences by picking from preexisting playlists, radios or albums, but now users can create their own radios from the ground up.

With this new experience, you can pick up to 30 artists when creating your own radio station. You can moreover segregate how commonly these artists towards and wield filters that transpiration the mood of the station. The wits lets you segregate if you want the radio to only include the artists you’ve selected or if you moreover want content from a broader set of similar artists as well. There’s moreover the option to refine your results remoter by using specific filters, such as “new discoveries” or “chill songs.”

YouTube Music's new radio experience

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Popular music streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music offer radio features that indulge users to create playlists based on a specific song or artist, but they don’t offer spare customization vastitude that point. YouTube Music’s redesigned radio wits gives users a lot increasingly flexibility than its competitors.

“With this new radio functionality, we’re flipping that model on its head, empowering users to create their own radios from the ground up, by combining key music towers blocks such as artists and worldwide music descriptors,” the visitor said in an email. “The result is giving users a lot increasingly tenancy over their music listening experiences, and permitting them to slice their music in many ways currently unavailable to them, on YouTube Music or really any music service.”

To wangle the feature, you need to navigate to the YouTube Music homepage and scroll lanugo until you see “Your music tuner.” The new wits is rolling out on iOS and Android in all of the countries where YouTube Music is misogynist for both self-ruling and paid users.

YouTube Music’s latest full-length lets users create custom radio stations by Aisha Malik originally published on TechCrunch