Today the BBC has announced a new service called BBC Playlister which has been created to enable users to save playlists or lists of tracks they have heard aired on the BBC radio channels.
Once you have created a playlist using the newly created BBC Playlister service you can then export your favourite tunes to your favourite music streaming service such as YouTube, Deezer or Spotify.
The new BBC Playlister service will be launching in the next couple of days and will be available to users both on desktop systems and fire mobile browsers.
Over the coming months the BBC will also be rolling out new developments that will include recommendations from DJs and presenters, as well as the ability to integrate the new service with your mobile device via the BBC iPlayer Radio app. With BBC Playlister, music fans can:
-Collate the tracks they love from across the BBC – via a simple sign-in process, audiences can click to remember the music they hear on the BBC and add these to their personal playlist
-Discover recommended tracks from favourite BBC DJs and presenters or popular programmes – helping fans discover more of the music they wouldn’t have otherwise found, and get inside picks from some of the best experts in the world
-Easily export their playlist to their chosen digital music service – to replay whenever they want to in the simplest way possible
For more information of the new BBC Playlister service jump over to the BBC website for the full announcement or check out the video below for more details on the BBC service.
Source: BBCFiled Under: Technology News, Top News