Spotify is well known for its wide variety of playlists, but now the company has launched a new, standalone app that relies solely on the curated content.
Late on Tuesday, Spotify officially launched an app called Stations, as was first reported by Variety. The app is currently an Android exclusive and, at least at the time of publication, appears to still only be available in Australia.
For those who can try Stations, it’s designed around big font and individual playlists, all designed to build around your preferences without any real user interaction beyond select the playlist. It also touts the fact that users don’t need to search for anything, or ty…
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