Spotify has New Personalized Playlists – On Repeat and Repeat Rewind

Spotify users already enjoy the personalized playlists that are available. Now, Spotify releases two more; On Repeat and Repeat rewind.

On Repeat – The music you’ve been streaming nonstop

The On Repeat playlist allows the user to get even more of their current favorites by keeping track of what they have been playing most over the past 30 days. The playlist auto-updates, so users can be sure everything on there is the most up-to-date account of what they have been playing. It’s a great combination of all the music you love, no matter what artist or genre. Each time you tap play, it will sound a little different.

Repeat Rewind – The tunes you used to play a lot, re-delivered

The Repeat Rewind playlist, however, keeps track of the songs users played in the recent past for them to rediscover. It’s a great way to reminisce with the songs users fell in love with in the not-so-far past. This includes tracks that users have played over a month ago. Whether you’re constantly discovering something new or a purveyor of the classics, sometimes it feels good to just kick back with the familiar. Similarly to On Repeat, the songs can span across artists, moods, and genres, and update every five days. And you can be sure that the tracks will never appear on both playlists at the same time.

On Repeat and Repeat Rewind

With these two new playlists, you can sit back, relax, and fall in love with the songs you’ve played most all over again. These two playlists are now available globally for Free and Premium users in the Made For You Hub, as well as the Uniquely Yours shelf on Home.

Have no Spotify yet? You can download the app for Android (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.spotify.music&hl=en) and iOS (https://apps.apple.com/ph/app/spotify-new-music-and-podcasts/id324684580).



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