The end of the year is nigh, which means tech companies left, right and center are issuing their annual recaps. Spotify, one of the few worth keeping note of when it comes to these matters, has just launched its 2015 ‘Year In Music’ feature which provides a neat recap of the sounds that kept you entertained this year — it also uses that data to suggest new beats you might like.
If you’re a Spotify user, then head to Spotify.com/2015 to find out how much you listened to, which artists were your faves.
As well as finding out which were your top acts and songs, how much time you spent listening to Spotify tracks, how many tracks you listened to — and more general global trends — Spotify will generate a new ‘Play It Forward’ playlist based on your listening habits to help you close out the year discovering new music.[gallery ids="1247839,1247843,1247844,1247840"]
Like Discover Weekly — the useful list of new music tailored to your listening history — and its Rewind feature that showcases decades-long tracks, Spotify’s personalization and suggestions are a big reason why the service is beating the competition — on user numbers, at least — to date.