"With Stations, you can listen immediately, and switching stations is simple and seamless - no searching or typing needed", according to the description of the app on Google Play Music. "As you listen, it learns what you like and creates personalised stations that you'll love", Spotify noted in the app listing for Stations. You'd imagine it could easily do that with this new app, which has a Spotify log-in button but doesn't require users to be paying members.
The app has picked up less than 100 downloads to date, while it is limited in its support for Android devices, all of which suggests it has only been used by Spotify's own staff to date.
The renders also show a very simple but colourful user interface that's quite a departure from the predominately black and white interface of the standard Spotify app on Android.
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The idea behind the app is simple: it can be hard to figure out what you want to listen to sometimes, so the Stations app helps you get around that by providing you with a bunch of different stations personalised to your taste.
Strangely whether you're a free listener or a Premium subscriber you won't be able to skip tracks, so whatever you're streaming you have to commit or find a new playlist.
As part of moves to remain competitive, Spotify launched a version of its app for iMessage in September. The ad-supported app is now only available on the Play Store, and is only available to Android users in Australia. It is much like a radio and users can scroll through playlists that are already there. An app that's all about easy, quick listening seems particularly built to woo Pandora's millions of free users who want a convenient, lean-back experience with little user input required. It also put an end to copying-and-pasting links.