Spotify has finally rolled out the Spotify radio feature to its US customers this week. The feature which has been available in the UK and Europe for some time provides a custom way of creating playlists similar to that of listening to a radio broadcast, but didn’t roll out in the US when Spotify arrived two months a ago.
Spotify has now corrected the issue and US customers can now use the radio feature just like other worldwide users. However just like other users you can only use the feature on the desktop client and not within mobile applications.
To access the new radio feature click the radio icon that is located at the top-left side of the desktop client, just below the “What’s New” section. The radio page then provides 27 buttons :24 genres and three for decades 60s, 70s and 80s, that can be activated to create a customised playlist of songs.
Spotify radio is unlike a standard Internet radio service such a Pandora, and enables you to go forward and back in the playlist and rewind and fast-forward within songs. Enjoy!
Source: GizmodoFiled Under: Technology News
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