YouTube Music launches a radio experience that allows users to create their own custom stations. The new feature is a flip of Spotify and Apple Music that allows users to create their own music playlists.
According to the tech giant, users can now create their own radios from the ground up instead of picking from preexisting playlists, radios or albums.
The new feature allows users to pick up to 30 artists when creating their own radio station. It also allows users to choose how frequently these artists appear and apply filters that hang the mood of the station.
“With this new radio functionality, we’re flipping that model on its head, empowering users to create their own radios from the ground up, by combining key music building blocks such as artists and common music descriptors,” said the company.
“The result is giving users a lot more control over their music listening experiences, and allowing them to slice their music in many ways currently unavailable to them, on YouTube Music or really any music service.”
Watch how to access the new feature?
To access the feature, you need to navigate to the YouTube Music homepage and scroll down until you see “Your music tuner.”
The new experience is rolling out on iOS and Android in all of the countries where YouTube Music is available for both free and paid users.