Apple Inc's (AAPL) - Get Apple Inc. (AAPL) Report Apple Music will soon deliver custom, automatically-generated playlists called Chill Mixes to all its subscribers in the For You section of the app, Business Insider reported.
The mixes join My Favorites, made of songs Apple Music knows you like, and My New Music, made of songs Apple Music thinks you'll like. Chill Mix is the third playlist Apple Music has curated in a format mimicking Spotify's Discover feature.
Apple Music uses algorithms that know your library, what you listen to and what songs you've liked paired with human curation to author a new list updated each Sunday with calming tunes from a variety of genres.
Chill Mix will only be available to a small percentage of Apple Music subscribers for now, but it's expanding in the coming weeks.
Apple stock was up over 1% in mid-afternoon trading.
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