UK-based Playlists.net, one of the most prominent third-party streaming playlist brands on the market, has launched a new personalised music curation app.
‘Playlist A Day’ is available to download via the iOS/Apple Store and Google Play marketplaces, and works in conjunction with Spotify’s premium subscription service.
The app aims to assist listeners who are overwhelmed by the 30m+ tracks on Spotify by delivering ‘one high quality playlist to your mobile, daily’.
Playlists.net has racked up over 175,000 playlists over five years on its channel, spanning a range of genres and moods.
Each playlist delivered to users via Playlist A Day is hand-picked from this selection by Playlists.net editorial team and will come with unique custom artwork and descriptions.
“No more will you have to sit in front of a screen wondering what to listen to.”
Kieron Donoghue, Playlists.net
Kieron Donoghue, Founder and CEO of Playlists.net, explained: “We have some incredible playlists that you won’t find anywhere else and the idea is to surprise and delight users of the ‘Playlist a Day’ app with a unique and expertly curated playlist daily.
“No more will you have to sit in front of a screen wondering what to listen to, we help remove that decision in a fun and engaging way.
“All of the playlists are curated by humans too, no algorithms here – just curators who know good music.”
Playlists.net was acquired by WEA, the artist and label services company owned by major record Warner Music Group, in 2014 for an undisclosed fee.
Originally named ShareMyPlaylists, at the time of the Warner buyout the UK startup claimed 1m annual users, and over a billion annual streams.Music Business Worldwide