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Happy Friday

So you're going for a walk, eh...

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Beyond the Concierge

Vote it up

Not so fast

Tearin' up the gym

Based on the current time and day, Songza's Concierge takes a guess at what activity you might be engaged in. Of course, if none of these fits, you can easily bypass them with the drop-down up top.
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I told Songza I was going for an Epic Walk and the app prodded me for just a bit more info before it could provide me with the perfect playlist recommendations.
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Based on the info I provided, Songza thought I might enjoy walking to the bass-filled beats of East Coast rappers from the mid-'90s. Songza was right.
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Drill down to the playlist information page to get a description, the number of songs included, artists included, and similar playlists.
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Hit the Explore button in the drop-down to browse through playlists across a number of different categories.
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Songza also lets you sift through playlists based on their popularity.
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Give a track a thumbs-up or thumbs-down, and Songza will use that to recalibrate its recommendations. Here, I'm letting the app know how much I love the '90s R&B group Bell Biv DeVoe.
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Songza limits you to six skips per station per hour.
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If you're looking for hits from the '90s that will pump you up for the gym, then Songza has got you covered.
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