Apple Music now offers a dedicated discovery station, developed to recommend songs that users may enjoy. This dynamic station consists of songs curated by the system, aimed at helping users discover new music similar to their current favourites.
First reported by 9to5Mac, the Apple Music discovery station has been under development for more than a year and has finally been rolled out to users across the globe. While it shares similarities with the user’s station, the primary difference between the two is the fact that the discovery station introduces users to music they may not have encountered before, while the personal station will have songs that a user frequently listens to.
Unlike the new music mix, which is limited to 25 tracks, discovery station offers a broader array of options, providing subscribers with a greater variety of music that is specific to individuals.
Apple Music discovery station is available on mobile devices, desktop computers, and web browsers. The automatically curated playlist includes songs based on the user’s music preferences and is periodically updated.
Spotify, a contemporary of Apple Music, introduced a similar feature known as the “Discover Weekly playlist” a while ago. This custom-curated playlist shuffles every week to help users explore the latest music.
Presently, Apple Music is priced at Rs 99 per month and is available for use on web browsers, iPhones, and Android smartphones, it is among the select music streaming platforms offering lossless music streaming on smartphones.