Smart Music is a new Spotify playlist to be launched this year.
It will allow you to stream smart music in your web browser, or playlists on Apple TVs, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV and PlayStation Vue.
It is a part of Spotify’s effort to be more flexible and adaptable to modern technology, the company said in a blog post.
Smart Music is designed for the most advanced streaming experiences, including those made by Apple and Google.
Users can stream smart tunes from Spotify’s library on their devices, or choose from hundreds of songs and playlists from popular music services, like Apple Music, Google Play Music, Rdio, Spotify and Rdio.
Smart is an app that provides curated content and playslists based on your preferences.
You can listen to a playlist on your Apple TV, or watch a selection of songs on your Roku or Chromecast.
Users have also added support for smart-playlists from the Spotify app on Apple devices.
It allows you to access Spotify’s catalog and choose what music you want to listen to.
Smart gives you control over what you play, and it lets you tailor the experience to your own preferences.
You can also set different playback preferences for different types of content: music, movies, TV shows, TV, podcasts, radio, or podcasts on the Apple TV or Chromecast.
Smart Music allows you choose what type of music you listen to, or what kind of playlists you want in each category.
It also provides you with options to control what music plays when you are watching on your device, or on the web browser.