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Spotify Daylist is now Available to Users in kenya

Spotify Daylist

Last year Spotify Daylist was launched in a few select markets and we finally have it in kenya. Spotify Daylist has seen a search spike of 17,000% and has captured the attention of music lovers across the world offering a hyper-personalized, dynamic and playful playlist experience.

What is Spotify Daylist?

Daylist is a unique playlist that evolves throughout the day to align with specific moments and moods you are experiencing. From sunrise to sunset, it curates specific playlists tailored to your preferences. This helps offer a seamless transition between different genres and vibes. Whether you want nostalgic tunes from the 2000s, laid-back chilling melodies, or the energy of the 2010s, Daylist will sort you out.

How to Access Spotify Daylist in Kenya

It is easier to find and enjoy personalized Daylist for both Free and Premium users in Kenya. All you have to do is go to or search ‘Daylist’ on the Spotify app. Daylist updates multiple times throughout the day. This guarantees that you will always have the perfect soundtrack every moment.

Saving and Sharing Your Daylist

Once you discover a Daylist that you like, saving and sharing it is easy. All you have to do is:

  1. Save: If you love a specific Daylist playlist, save it to your Library by tapping the three-dot menu, select “Add to playlist,” then tap “New playlist.” Remember to save it before the next update to ensure it is in your collection.
  2. Share: You can express your individuality by sharing your Daylist with others. You can do so through:
    • Ready-made screenshot of your Daylist
    • Social media sticker
    • Changing sharecard with up to four different background graphics.

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