The experimental app, which Spotify quietly released on Tuesday, features a simple interface that aims to make it easy to start streaming whatever type of music you’re feeling.
In search of uplifting music to improve your mood, a playlist that will pump you up to work out, or jams to keep you entertained on a long road trip? A new app called Stations by Spotify may be able to help.
The experimental app, which Spotify quietly released on Tuesday and was first noticed by app analytics firm Sensor Tower, features a simple interface that aims to make it easy to start streaming whatever type of music you’re feeling at the moment. When you open Stations, it will instantly start pumping the jams, according to the Google Play description.
You can scroll through stations like Classic R&B, Indie, Folk, Acoustic Hits, Feel Good, Workout, Roadtrip, and Jazz to pick whatever you’re in the mood for. As you listen, you can like songs to unlock even more stations you might be interested in.
“When you have access to all the music in the world, finding the right thing to play can feel like a challenge,” the Google Play listing reads. “With Stations, you can listen immediately, and switching stations is simple and seamless—no searching or typing needed. As you listen, it learns what you like and creates personalized stations that you’ll love.”
Spotify has offered Pandora-like radio stations since 2012.
Don’t get too excited about Stations just yet, though. Variety reports it’s “currently incompatible with some key Android devices”—it didn’t work for them on a Google Pixel. As of writing, it had been downloaded less than 100 times, suggesting it’s a limited test.
Spotify did not immediately respond to PCMag’s request for comment about the new app, but told Variety it’s “always testing new products and experiences.”