Apple is today rolling out a new Get Up! Mix algorithmic playlist that joins existing playlists like Chill Mix, New Music Mix, Friends Mix, and Favorites Mix.

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The new Get Up! Mix is full of "happy-making, smile-finding, sing-alonging" music, and will be updated each week with new songs curated by Apple Music editors, according to Engadget.

Apple is still rolling out the new Get Up! Mix, but once available, it will be in the "For You" tab alongside other playlists that are updated weekly.

Alongside the Get Up! Mix, Apple is debuting a new Home Office DJ playlist that has songs tailored to people who are working from home at the current time.

Located in the "Browse" section of ‌Apple Music‌, the playlist features songs from The Weeknd, Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga, Post Malone, Halsey, and more. Apple says it is an "uptempo, easygoing" playlist that focuses on recent pop, dance, hip-hop and RB songs.

In related news, Beats 1 radio DJs are now broadcasting from their homes, using FaceTime to conduct interviews with musicians like Elton John and Hayley Williams, with some of the programs to be recorded on iPhones.

Apple has asked that all employees who are able to do so work from home at this time.

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iSayuSay Avatar
51 months ago

maybe because we have our own playlists?

Personally for 8yrs ... Outkast - So Fresh, So Clean is my wakeup song as I always shower first thing in the morning.
Well you can set your phone to wake you up with certain songs or playlist. You can also set Siri Shortcut to do so, playing through phone, or AirPlay speaker of your choice at certain time. Yep you cannot disable "For You" tab, but you can always ignore it if you hate it so much.
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TrenttonY Avatar
51 months ago
I wish we could turn these off.
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Gsmaniac Avatar
51 months ago
I wish they had more algorithm playlists in the “for you” section.
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TrenttonY Avatar
51 months ago

Why
Because I dont want the crappy Music the record companies probably pay Apple to propogate.
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whsbuss Avatar
51 months ago

Me too. I don't like this continued "hyper-personalization" of the media experiences. It's similar to the mess that is the Photos app. All the automatically generated photo albums by type and so on. It's great that they add these features, but let me choose, or option in, or at least opt out.
Music services, Spotify, Google Play, all have these playlists. I just ignore what I don't like.
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whsbuss Avatar
51 months ago

I wish we could turn these off.
Why
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