Washington, May 7: Listening app stations similar to Spotify radio will no longer be available. According to TechCrunch, Spotify Stations, the lightweight streaming listening app that offers easy access to select playlists, will be discontinued on May 16.

“At Spotify, we routinely conduct a series of experiments to create a better listening experience for our users. Some of these tests ultimately pave the way for our wider user experience, while others serve only as important training. Our beta version of Spotify Stations was one of those tests. We will remove the current feature, but users will be able to easily transfer their favorite stations and enjoy such a radio experience directly in the Spotify app, “a Spotify spokesman said in a statement. BTS Suga’s Spotify account has been hacked! ARMY Spot the song Bhojpuri in the playlist of Min Yoongi.

The Stations app was originally designed for those who want a more radio-like experience instead of having to search for music or customize their own playlists.

Spotify Stations first launched in Australia in 2018 and was later released in the United States in 2019.

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