London, Feb. 24(ANI): It’s a good news for the music lovers as a new BBC Music app will learn the personal preferences of its users.
It will not only deliver the tracks tailored to individual tastes, the users won’t have to listen to the chatter of the DJs anymore.
The app that is launched on February 24 is available for mobile and tablets and can only be used by music fans, who sign in and allow the software to build a picture of their musical preferences, reports the Independent.
Users indicate which genres they prefer and the BBC Music app then delivers audio and video recommendations.
The recommendations, utilising the BBC’s vast music radio and television archive, should become more accurate the more data it receives from the user.
In the app, music fans will be directed to the DJ’s playlist selections, from which they can pick and choose songs to create their own personalised playlists as well. (ANI)