The BBC has today announced the introduction of a new music service called BBC Playlister. Rolling out to the PC and the mobile browser, the service will allow users to tag tracks and create playlists of tracks from the BBC and import them into services like Spotify/

Allowing you to quickly note a track down, the service simply allows you to remember track names when on the go and quickly export them when you are back at home.

Once you are ready, users can then listen to their tracks via Spotify, YouTube or even Dezzer, with more services coming soon.

Here’s their explanation of the service:

“BBC Playlister will let audiences add and save their favourite tracks heard on the BBC to a personal online playlist, which they can then export to one of the BBC’s digital music partners where they can hear the music in full. Music fans will also get hand-picked recommendations from their favourite DJs and presenters.”

The first stage of BBC Playlister will launch in the coming days.

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