You need a music playlist when you are inviting friends for a get-together or a night party. Your mobile phone is loaded with so many music files and you don’t know which ones are mixed artists, or which songs you want to play as a jukebox without interruption. The best idea is to create a playlist on your mobile so that your list of video or audio files can be played back sequentially or in random order or in a loop.
So you need to group together your songs for a specific task, and that is playlists. Managing playlists can be a little tricky, but they can greatly supplement your listening experience. The best is to have Google Play Music App. You can manually create playlists for all occasions, but Google also added another type of playlist called “Auto playlists” that Google Play Music creates by itself, with minimal interaction from the user. One auto playlist that helps Play Music separates itself from the rest of the pack is its inclusion of a “Thumbs Up” playlist.
How to Create Perfect Music Playlist On Mobile
If you own an iPhone, playlists can be found in “Library” located in the menu along the bottom, where you select the Playlists to tab along the header. For Android mobile tap on the hamburger menu in the top-right, hit “Music library,” and then select the Playlists along the header.
Also, you can create a playlist by navigating to either the “Albums” or “Songs” tab, then hit the three-dot menu next to either a song or album, then tap “Add to playlist.” You can also find music by manually searching for it by tapping the “Search” icon in the top-right corner.
Immediately after tapping that “Add to playlist” option in the three-dot menu next to any song or album, you’ll be brought to the “Add to playlist” screen, where if you tap “New playlist,” you can create and name a new playlist. Alternatively, you can add a song to an existing playlist from this screen if you’ve already created a playlist in the past.
To fill out your playlist, keep finding good songs or albums, then tap the three-dot menu button and select “Add to playlist.” From there, just select the playlist you created to add another song to it, and so on.
The ‘Thumbs Up’ Playlist
As you listen to music from your library or a radio station, you have the ability to tell Google Play Music whether or not you like a song. To do this, you need to bring up the “Now Playing” screen by tapping on the bar at the bottom of the screen. Once it’s up, note the thumbs up and thumbs down icons on the left and right sides of the screen, respectively.
If you “Thumbs Down” a song, Google will automatically skip it and will be less likely to play songs that are similar to it in the future. If you “Thumbs Up” a song, it will automatically be added to your “Thumbs Up” playlist, which is located under “Auto Playlists” within the playlists section. You can use this playlist as a way to bookmark interesting music you want to listen to later, but you can obviously use it however you want. Either way, “Thumbs Up” playlists are a valuable tool, and the easiest way to get music in a playlist.
Google Play Music features
Google Play Music is a free app available at the app store that provides free, ad-supported radio for any song that you want to hear. Instantly start radio stations based on songs, artists, or albums, or browse by genre, mood, activity, decade, and more. Bring your own music collection with you by uploading 50,000 of your own songs; then listen to them across Android, iOS, and the web, for free.
You can also subscribe to get on-demand access to millions of songs and download anything to listen to even when you’re not connected. The subscriptions come with membership to YouTube Red, so you can enjoy YouTube ad-free, in the background, and offline.