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Photo: Kaspars Grinvalds (Shutterstock) The secret to TikTok’s addictive nature is twofold. One, it uses an endless scrolling interface, meaning you can swipe through video after video for as long as you can hold out. Two, its algorithm is incredibly effective at figuring out your interests, so it mostly shows you videos you will want to see. If you’ve been having a hard time finding new music lately, a new app takes the TikTok approach to the Spotify algorithm to help you discover your next favorite song. The app, Anthem , was designed to help you discover new music based on your Spotify listening history. It’s currently an iOS-exclusive, but according to the developer , the Android version is on the way. Anthem works by connecting to your existing Spotify account; once linked, it takes a look at the music you’ve streamed in the past in order to deliver you a feed of songs that should, hopefully, match your tastes. It works whether you pay for Spotify or not (I don’t), so anyone can get in on the recommendations. As a cherry on top, you can swipe through these songs as you would on TikTok, which makes browsing new tracks fun and familiar. Keep in mind, this app isn’t designed to stream your songs; it’s a personalized music recommendation service, playing only a 30-second preview of each track. Though you can’t listen to music exclusively through Anthem, it’s still a neat tool for finding new songs in a scrolling […]