To compete with Spotify’s personalized lists, Apple Music has launched a new algorithmic radio channel named “Discovery Station” to the app.
For years, the Apple rival service with a Swedish base has provided its recognizable “Discover” playlists. In response, Apple Music has begun introducing a new station for discovering new music.
Only brand-new music that you haven’t heard before is played on the Discovery Station; these are all songs that aren’t on your playlists, that you don’t like, or that aren’t in your collection. ‘New Music Mix’ is already available on Apple Music, but it only includes 25 tracks and is updated once a week.
Apple also provides a customized station called “[User Name’s] station,” which mixes your favorite songs with a few others that are similar.
The new algorithmic discovery playlist has begun to show for users on Apple Music on the web and in the applications, though the firm hasn’t made any official announcements about it. If you can’t view the playlist in the app yet, there is a direct link to it, as MacRumors pointed out.