Beats is launching its music streaming service Beats Music on January 21st for all the major platforms. Beats says they aim to approach the music streaming service from a different angle known as populism. It took them nearly 2 years work to make this possible.[quote_box_center]The first part of the solution is the “on-boarding” process. Here you tap bubbles on a series of screens, first designating your favorite genres (one tap for “like,” two taps for “love” and holding down on the bubble to make it disappear — take that, electronic music). Next up, do the same thing with artists, designating your favorites amongst the offerings. Then, the system begins “curating music based on what you like.”
The app is like Pandora and Spotify combined. You get a streaming service which offers custom playlists based on your listening habits and curation which changes as you continue to utilize the service. Beats says, the future versions of the service will make custom playlist based on our location as well. Imagine the service creates a playlist of pump up songs while you’re at Gym. At launch the service will cost you $10 per month and will offer you 20 million tracks to listen to.
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