YouTube Music is an application that has gained many followers in Europe so far this year. It has been updated with a host of new features, such as collaborative playlists. The app now introduces a new feature, called Quick Picks, which will allow us to listen to radio based on songs we love.
This new feature has already been introduced in YouTube Music on Android. It is touted as a quick way to listen to radio based on the songs we love. Thanks to it, an intermediate step is recorded, without having to use the contextual menu of the application.
YouTube Music collaborative playlists affect everyone
YouTube Music is updated with collaborative playlists that are starting to reach all Android users.
This is how quick selections work in YouTube Music
The Quick Picks are presented as a new way to listen to music on YouTube Music. Since if you don’t really care what music you want to listen to at the moment, but want to have songs that you like, this section will give you quick access to them. This way you will be able to create a radio station based on the songs you like the most in the app in a very easy way.
This new feature entered on the home screen in the app. When it has been opened on the phone, you will only have to scroll down a bit until you reach the Quick Selects section. There you find a series of songs, in blocks of four, but you can slide to the side to see more songs. If there is one you want to play, click on it to start playing.
This way a radio of songs you love is createdSince, after this song, you will see that there is a list of songs that will be played next on YouTube Music. These are topics that were already displayed in Quick Picks and are usually related to the first song, or are topics that you like. So this is a way to have music you like without having to search for those songs in the app.
This function is found now available in the Android app since today. If you have the application on your mobile, you can use it now, and thus have a radio of your favorite songs.
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