During Monday’s “Unleashed” special event, Apple announced that Apple Music subscribers will now be able to enjoy over 250 new tailored mood and activity playlists. The tech giant also unveiled a new Apple Music tier at its event alongside the next-gen MacBook Pro models.
Over 250 new Apple Music mood and activity playlists rolling out now
The new mood and activity playlists are created by Apple Music’s editorial experts and are available to every user with a paid subscription plan. As described by Apple:
Apple Music is also adding hundreds of new mood and activity playlists created by Apple Music’s editorial experts that are fully optimized just for voice. Subscribers can ask Siri to “Play the dinner party playlist,” “Play something chill,” or even “Play more like this” for a truly personalized music experience. These new playlists are available to every subscriber of any Apple Music plan — and make using Apple Music, together with Siri, even better.
Currently, Apple has not made a central director available for users so that they can find all the playlists in one section. Instead, MacStories discovered over 250 playlists that are designed to fit a mood or activity by digging through the streaming service. The mood and activity playlists feature animated cover art with simple line drawings to set them apart from Apple’s other playlist. MacStories has complied a link to all the different playlists for users to enjoy.
You won’t find a directory of the new mood and activity playlists in the Music app, and there’s no filter that can be applied to see the entire collection, so we’ve complied a massive link list of all the playlists we have been able to find so far, organized into categories.
Apple also announced a new music subscription plan “Apple Music Voice Plan” on Monday which will allow subscribers to access 90 million songs, thousands of playlists, personalized mixes, and more with their voice commands for only $4.99 per month with a seven-day free trial. The new Voice Plan will be available later this fall in 17 countries and regions.
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