Only on Tidal app. The naim app doesn’t show a number of Tidal personal playlists. I recall on the forums naim said they aren’t exposed by API, although other apps such as Bubble display them fine (perhaps some under the covers workaround).
This is the main feature of Tidal which I use every day.
My Daily Discovery is now slowly coming back to life. Yesterday was still mostly classical, but with one folk, one metal selection and a Bob Dylan track……
Something has broken the Tidal algorithm, just not sure what it was! My only theory at this point was perhaps I left it playing a classical track and muted for a work call (not stopping). Tidal then would play another “similar” track, which can be a good way to discover new music. Maybe it was doing this in background for a few hours and so now thinks I’m a classical addict.
Today it suggests only 10 tracks, 7 classical and three others (including a random Dolly Parton!!!). We shall see how it recovers into the week when I use it in the office.
The My New Arrivals looks much more as expected. It is tracks from artists I’d mostly be interested in, as the Daily Discovery used to be!
OK thanks for explaining that.
I’m happy with the music I have already and tend to “discover” new music when I listen to Radio Paradise, so I’m not really too fussed about such suggestions.
I’m sure the logarithms have improved but I do recall something on Apple iTunes (or similar) saying things such as “because you like David Bowie, we think you’ll like Tammy Wynette” or some such silliness.