London, July 6th, 2016: Deezer, the leading music streaming service has undergone a major facelift with a revamped homepage focused on simplifying the navigation of its extensive audio offering. Flagship feature Flow is now accompanied by select Channels encapsulating dedicated playlists, albums and radio stations, which correspond to the chosen genre.
The new home now includes an easy-to-use navigation slider, designed to quickly guide listeners to find the most relevant recommendations and content – starting with Channels – where listeners can explore and discover their music categories and genres. Channels offer at least 20 categories of music, as well as news and podcasts, localized for the listener based on location and preference. Inside Channels, the listener is free to explore even further with selected playlists and albums, artists, new releases and selected albums.
Live Radio offers easy access to participating best radio programs. Deezer will also offer a new feature on certain radio stations called, “Fingerprinting*” which allows users to identify and tag a song that is being played and add it to their favorite playlist.
Music lovers can also kick back and relax with an updated version of Flow, the most personalised soundtrack that intuitively knows exactly what you want to hear, including all your favourites as well as new suggested tracks.
“We didn’t just make an improvement. We made a 100% advancement with Flow along with new music discovery tools and the best entertaining audio content. It’s everything that our listeners could possibly want all on one homepage,” said Alexander Holland, Chief Content and Product Officer, Deezer.
Available to all Deezer users on desktop and mobile and all devices.
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