Spotify continues to innovate and maintains its place as a leader in the field of streaming audio. Today the Swedish firm will present its latest invention.
In France, the sports halls re-open progressively from the end of the déconfinement. However, if you’re still not returned to the room, you can easily continue you work from home, in a park, wherever you want, but always with Spotify. The giant of the streaming audio continues to motivate you in all occasions thanks to his new invention : Soundtrack Your Workout.
This playlist evolved you to answer a few questions in order to obtain a selection in perfect agreement with the sports session that you start. In a first step you must indicate how long you plan to do for the duration of the effort, then if you prefer to listen to music, podcasts, or both. Once you have made these initial choices, the questionnaire is not yet completed, you must tell more about the type of session that you are about to begin, but also whether there is a session solo, duet, group, with your animal, etc., in Order to further refine the playlist, you must also specify the state of mind in which you are, rather, zen, or, on the contrary motivated to move around.
A playlist for every type of workout
Finally, it only remains for you to choose your musical taste, your type of podcasts, and then name your playlist, and possibly add a vignette. Once Soundtrack Your Workout is started, you can begin the training. Of course, you can create this type of playlist to full sports activities. In the future, I dare to hope that Spotify will offer this type of service in other situations. It would be interesting to be able to set a playlist as a way for sessions to work, or for journeys by car, public transport, and in many other contexts.
Soundtrack Your Workout was born out of the observation that any simple, over the last two months more than a million playlists that focus on training have been created. Thanks to this new feature, you no longer have to update your playlist because it will do it automatically.
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