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Spotify will now curate personalised workout playlists for users

Spotify's workout playlists will be based on the user's choices and listening taste as well.

Spotify users can also upload their photo for the workout playlists.
Spotify users can also upload their photo for the workout playlists. (Spotify)

Spotify will now curate personalised workout playlists for users

Spotify today launched a new microsite where it will showcase curated workout playlists for users. The workout playlists will be based on the type of exercise routine the user follows.

Spotify’s workout playlists feature music and podcasts as well. It’s up to the user if they want to add only music or both music and podcasts to their workout playlist. Spotify will also ask questions to help curate the playlist better. These questions will be on the type of exercises, workout length, who they’re working out with, intensity level and workout mood.

What’s more? Users can even add a picture of them working out as the cover photo for the workout playlist. Based on the responses and the user’s listening taste, Spotify will create the workout playlist.

Based on the user's choices, the workout playlist will be curated.
Based on the user's choices, the workout playlist will be curated. (Spotify)

Spotify already has some workout playlists like ‘Throwback Workout’, ‘Beast Mode’, ‘Workout Twerkout’ and ‘Country Workout’. It also said that listeners have created over 1 million workout playlists on Spotify in the last two months.

Spotify shared some of the top workout songs in India. Roses - Imanbek Remix by SAINt JHN is the top workout song for both men and women in India. It’s also the top workout song globally. More specifically, among women in India, international tracks are preferred for workouts. These include Bodak Yellow by Cardi B, Panini - DaBaby Remix by DaBaby and Lil Nas X, and Lose Control by Becky Hill, Goodboys, MEDUZA.

As for Indian men it’s more on the Bollywood side. The top workout tracks include Zinda by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy and Siddharth Mahadevan, and Sultan by Shadab Faridi and Sukhwinder Singh.

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