Spotify lets you play songs according to mood

The Spotify platform makes it easy to sort the songs you like according to genre or mood.

Today, the company introduced such a feature that allows users to sort liked songs by genre or mood.

The collection of liked songs on Spotify is an easy way to find your favorite tracks, but their nature makes them less than ideal for listening.

With the new feature, you can enjoy more of what you want without compromising the atmosphere, and you must have at least 30 favorite songs to access the filters.

You can then go to your library of favorite songs and select the filter listed at the top of the playlist to view all songs that fall under that genre or mood.

You can only see music that fits a certain sentiment or style, seeing up to 15 categories, and the feature should be available to both free and premium members.

You can remove this filter whenever you want and switch to a new filter, Spotify says: These filters change when new songs are liked.

The feature is currently only rolled out in English speaking markets, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and South Africa.

Spotify has made no secret that it wants it to be the app for all kinds of audio needs, including music and podcasts.

Despite the small size of this feature, it makes the product more useful for daily use, and it can make people return to the application to like songs, which is what Spotify wants.

It is reported that the company announced during the Stream On event that more than 60,000 new tracks are now being absorbed through its platform every day, which means that nearly 22 million audio clips are added to the service list throughout this year.

Meanwhile, at an average of 60,000 podcasts per day, Spotify is seeing a new track being uploaded to its platform every 1.4 seconds.

The company said in November of last year: Its platform now hosts about 70 million songs, so it is reasonable to assume that by the end of 2021, the platform will be home to more than 90 million tracks.

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