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iHeartRadio is opening its curated playlists to all

iHeartRadio is able to step up its sport towards rival streaming services and products like Spotify, Apple Track and Tidal, beginning with a brand new function that brings playlists to loose customers for the primary time ever within the streaming provider’s life. 

The function, known as Playlist Radio, permits you to concentrate to iHeartRadio-curated playlists with out being a paying subscriber – all you want to do is head over to the playlists tab in iHeartRadio, and also you’ll be capable to concentrate to any selection of the streaming provider’s mood- or genre-specific playlists.

The catch here’s that whilst you’ll be capable to pick out which playlist to hear, you gained’t be in a position to make a choice particular person songs to play or save the playlist for offline listening – options that iHeartRadio reserves for its iHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Get entry to subscribers. 

The addition of curated playlists to the loose tier of iHeartRadio will assist the provider higher take care of its competitors, Spotify and Apple Track, with out the danger of scary its paying consumer base who’ll nonetheless be handled to “luxurious” options like choosing which tune you concentrate to. 

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