Favorites & Custom Playlists
Being able to have a 'Favourites' list and the ability to make custom playlists would be great!
There's been many times when I'm listening to a pre-made playlist and like one of the songs, but there's no way for me to save, like or favourite it so I can listen to it again later.
Custom playlists would allow us to tailor our own streaming experience without the worry of copyright or muted VODs. Instead of finding the tracks on Spotify and making a playlist there, it would be great to do this in the Soundtrack app where we can retain the functionality of having the current song being displayed below the stream player.
First of all I really appreciate you guys making this app to help streamers avoid DMCA takedowns... Really helpful and cool!
Now, I wonder if it would be possible to make Custom Playlists on the App so that if you find a cool song while browsing in the app or streaming, you can add it in a playlist within the app itself. Would help streamers a lot to customise what music they want to play. :)
its would be a great idea to add categories like songs and artiest so we can look thro and choose what songs we want to put into a playlist im a new user and music is a very important tool in my life it kills me i cant at least pick songs i actually like listening to from what yall can provide this is my challenge for you if you actually reading this that is im sure yall get a bunch of ideas
Übersicht aller freie Lieder sowie die Möglichkeit mehrere eigene Playlists zu erstellen und zu teilen.
I just downloaded Soundtrack by Twitch and while the music is quality stuff, I would really like to be able to create my own playlists. I'm picky about what songs I listen to, particularly when it comes to language, and I want to make sure I'm only streaming songs I'm comfortable listening to. Could you also add a search feature so I can search songs? Thank you so much!
It is pretty straight forward. Have the ability to create own playlists or favorites on Soundtrack by Twitch.
Didn't know exactly where to suggest this, so I went here.