Based on the user’s listening preferences, Festify plans out perfect lineups for each user. It even goes as far as coming up with a name and poster for your imaginary show.
everyone is doing this “festify” thing and honestly id pay a good amount of money for this pic.twitter.com/FrjwQk4QF4
— cannibal corpse thong (@SKI_MASK45) April 12, 2019
The site allows picks based on either your all time, last six months or last month of listening history. The festival name is then filed under UNHOLY SPACE, FORESTFEST OR VOLCANOJAM respectively.
set it off is my favorite band pic.twitter.com/7dQu5GYPPv
— Maxx Danziger ⧖ (@MaxxSIO) April 12, 2019
You can make your own dream lineup here and check out some more examples below.
— Aaron Strawbridge (@AaronStraw) April 12, 2019
— liam (@empire0fsilence) April 12, 2019
I did all the time frames for the festival spotify thing and,,,,wig pic.twitter.com/FLy1MMJ32O
— h-hewwo consumer :3 (@talynprior) April 12, 2019
The new app could turn the tide in the streaming war between Apple Music and Spotify, who are currently competing for most paid subscribers.
However, when it comes to total U.S. listeners, Spotify still holds the top spot. This is largely due to their option for listeners to use an ad-supported free version of the app.
According to the report, analysts believe Spotify still has a stronger overall subscription position compared to Apple Music.
Back in February, Spotify reported a total of 96 million premium subscribers and 207 million monthly active users.
Apple Music doesn’t regularly disclose their subscriber total, with the last “official” count of 50 million in May 2018.
Who’s playing at your very own Festify lineup? Sound off in the comments below!