BBC has partnered with YouTube, Deezer and Spotify to launch its new streaming music app: BBC Playlister. The new music app lets users create their own personal playlists, based on the tracks and albums they would have heard on BBC’s radio and TV channels. If you’ve had difficulty finding a track that you once heard on BBC radio or television, Playlister is just the perfect service for you.
Partnering with streaming music apps like Youtube, Spotify and Deezer allows BBC to give users this new feature in other apps, making Playlister not exclusive the BBC experience, but also in other streaming music apps. This kind of live-in-all-worlds approach seems to be a dominant current trend for music and mobile apps. After all, Google Music Play is coming to the iPhone and Android, Soundcloud is in social media management tools like Hootsuite, and YouTube has a dedicated app on the iPhone and iPad.
Playlists can be exported and shared with friends across the globe. Any user can share their favorite playlist on YouTube, Spotify or Deezer to replay it whenever they feel like and to share it with the world via smartphone, tablet or computer. BBC Playlister can also take track recommendations from BBC DJs and presenters to suggest tracks to users. So if you miss a new hit track on Radio or TV, you can still catch it via from DJs or other presenters.
Playlister is available as a website and a mobile app, and you can access it using your mobile phone and PC. Signing up for a free account allows you to save tracks in your personal playlist. The Playlister not only provides you with the best music, but with the most optimized streaming music services as well.