Spotify loads one of the star functions of Apple Music

One of the best ways to discover new music in Apple Music it is through a station. A system that until now was also present in Spotify, but whose days are numbered, since on May 16 the Swedish company will eliminate Spotify Stations from its service.

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Spotify Stations was inspired by Apple Music stations, but for some reason it never got as good a reception as its counterpart. In a recent email sent to users, the company stated the following:

“First of all, we’d like to thank you for being a user of Spotify Stations, the beta app we’ve been testing. We’ve decided not to extend the rollout of this experience, and we’d like to let you know that as of May 16, 2022, the Stations app and web player will no longer be available.”

Meanwhile, on Apple Music, stations are the best way to discover new music. When we find a song we like we can touch and choose Create station so that music of the same type begins to play. Not from the same group or album, the same style. Music that, if we like the song in question, must interest us.

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Creating a station is so easy and natural in Apple Music (also with the Apple Music Voice plan) that it is common for us to do it several times a day, sometimes after discovering something interesting in the lists that the system creates for us (or in these Eurovision). And yes, we can create a station of a song of a station of a song of… Anyway, we can tell Apple Music exactly what we want to hear.

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Apple Music stations also are saved in the recent views of the tab To listen of the Music app on our devices and are taken into account for the recommendation algorithms. A feature that, for whatever reason, has not had the expected success in Spotify.

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