If there's one thing that YouTube is really good at, it's recommendations. Google has done an excellent job training its algorithms to serve just what users would like to watch. Fortunately, this trait has also been passed on to YouTube Music that has a good hunch of what you might want to listen to next. In a bid to make it easier to find songs you may like, the service's Android app is getting a new way to "Start radio." Read More
Google is reportedly experimenting with a new feature called YouTube Radio. According to Google Operating System, this addition will enable you to create a non-stop music station filled with music similar to what's currently playing. It's apparently only available to a limited number of users for the time being, but here's the pop up they're seeing.
After creating a station, you can like, dislike, or dismiss videos in order to tailor the content to your liking. It's the formula that Pandora made famous, one that has become standard among music streaming apps ever since, including Google Play Music.
This feature follows an existing one called YouTube Mix, which automatically creates playlists based on the artist you searched for and musicians similar to them. Read More