Apple Music has received a bunch of new features on iOS 14. The update includes a Listen Now tab for better content discovery, improved search, and a new Autoplay option. Benjamin Mayo of 9to5Mac has now revealed that the Apple Music app on iOS 14 comes with super cool animated artwork for playlists.
Apple released the first developer beta build of iOS 13.4.5 and iPadOS 13.4.5 a few hours ago, and the changelog had mentioned that the minor software update brings bug fixes and stability improvements to iPhones and iPads. However, it has now been revealed that it also introduces a new feature in Apple Music that makes it easier to share songs on Instagram.
With its latest update, the Apple Music app on iOS notifies you about new songs, albums, and videos that were released by your favorite artists, right at the top of your music library.
Apple Music and Spotify are the two biggest music streaming services in the world. Both of them offer millions of songs, soundtracks, podcasts, and videos to their users. However, they mostly differ in terms of features and usability.
Apple has signed new deals with most of the major record labels for its music streaming service. This means that your favorite artist’s music will stay in your library for a long time.
The Replay playlist in Apple Music has been refreshed for the year 2020 to showcase the songs that you’ve listened to the most this year. Apple had first introduced the Replay 2019 playlist feature towards the end of last year.
Apple Music and Spotify are among the biggest music streaming services worldwide, but it looks like the latter is far ahead of Apple’s music streaming service in terms of paid subscribers.
Apple Music is one of the best music streaming services right now. It not only lets you stream music on the go but also allows you to download songs for using them offline or if you plan on not spending your data limit. You can download a specific song, playlist, or even an entire album. But how can you delete your Apple Music library? Is there a way to delete your entire library or the tracks that you don’t want to be in your library?
If you listen to music via music streaming services like Apple Music, you get access to unlimited music, curated playlists, and radio stations. There’s always something new to listen to, but there are songs that get stuck in your mind and you always go back to them and listen to over and over. Have you ever thought of finding those songs that you listen to the most?
Apple has been offering a three-month free Apple Music subscription via the Shazam app for quite some time. For the holiday season though, Apple is running an even better campaign in which it is offering six months of Apple Month subscription for free.