It's all systems go over at Spotify Towers. 2011 has seen the company get friendly with Facebook, the long awaited US launch and also the revelation of Spotify apps. But the music streaming platform isn't ready to stop with the roll-outs just yet it seems, as it has just announced the all-new Spotify Radio.
The revamped service allows for unlimited stations based on your choice of track, artist or genre; unlimited skips so you can swerve anything it throws up that you don't fancy and an "all new intelligent recommendation engine" to make the radio's choices more relevant.
Ken Parks, Spotify’s chief content officer, said: "Spotify Radio is an amazing new radio experience, offering unlimited stations and unlimited skips. With our new intelligent recommendation engine and multi-million track library, the new Spotify Radio is a music discovery experience without equal."
It's available to both free loaders and Spotify Premium users and it will enter the mainstream in the next few days, alongside the new Spotify apps.
If you can't wait you can grab a preview now.