Deezer launches new free personal radio stations and OS X app





The French Deezer has expanded the functionality of its music streaming service. There are two new free services for personal radio stations: Flow and Radio Playlist. In addition there is an app for OS X systems for playing music.

With the service flow Deezer users can create a radio station for their Android smartphone or tablet, or iOS device, which they can listen. free and without time limit Deezer fills the radio station based on the music collection of the user and his listening habits. There is the restriction that the tracks are played in random order and the user can skip. Maximum of six numbers

Deezer Flow

There is also the new service Playlist Radio, which allows radio station playlists from the user, supplemented by recommendations from Deezer editors worldwide. This too is a mobile service, which no paid subscription is required. Here users can skip five songs.

Finally Deezer has renewed Radio component for its desktop and mobile service and has completed an application for OS X users. The latter is still in the testing phase and the ability to operate. With one player playing both their own music collection when the collection Deezer In addition, the playback buttons on the keyboard, for example, MacBooks can also be used.

Deezer for Mac coming later this year, officially for Premium + users. Deezer is also working on a Windows version that should come this year. French Spotify rival claims 5 million paying subscribers and 16 million monthly users to have. The collection is 30 million songs.

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