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This article was published on August 5, 2013

Spotify introduces Browse to showcase the best playlists on its service

Spotify introduces Browse to showcase the best playlists on its service Image by: Mario Tama
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Spotify has made finding music on its service even easier after it introduced ‘Browse’, a feature that surfaces the best of the one billion-plus playlists that it houses.

The Sweden-headquartered company has selected 20,000 of its favorite playlists to help you find whatever music that you’re in the mood to listen to with ease. Browse is built by Tunigo, the music recommendations startup that Spotify acquired earlier this year, and it begins life on iOS and Android, before rolling out to other platforms.

➤ Spotify’s new Browse feature surfaces the best of its billion playlists (The Verge)

➤ Spotify: iOS | Android

Headline image via Mario Tama/AFP/Getty Images

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