- YouTube Music has launched a new radio feature allowing users to create custom stations with up to 30 artists, apply mood filters, and choose the frequency of appearance.
- The feature allows for customization through specific filters such as “new discoveries” or “chill songs” and gives users more control over their listening experience than competitors.
YouTube Music has announced a new radio feature allowing users to create custom stations with up to 30 artists, apply mood filters, and choose the frequency of appearance. Before introducing this feature, music listening experiences on YouTube Music involved selecting from pre-existing playlists, radios or albums, but now users can create their own custom stations from scratch.
Users have the option to select if they want the radio station only to play the chosen artists or if they want to include a broader range of similar artists. Additionally, the feature allows for further customization through specific filters such as “new discoveries” or “chill songs.”
Unlike its competitors, Spotify and Apple Music, YouTube Music’s revamped radio experience offers additional customization, enabling users to have more control over their music listening experience. YouTube Music’s redesigned radio experience gives users much more flexibility than its competitors.
More Control Over Listening Experience For Users
According to an email statement from YouTube Music, the company is revolutionizing the way users listen to music with their new radio feature that allows for custom station creation using key music building blocks like artists and music descriptors. This will give users more control over their listening experience than they currently have with other music streaming services like competitors.
The new radio feature is available on iOS and Android for both free and paid users in all countries where YouTube Music is accessible. To access this new feature, users can visit the YouTube Music homepage, find the “Your music tuner” section, and create their custom radio stations.