With iOS 17, the Cupertino-based tech firm has added various new features to Apple Music. Some of the notable features are a dedicated section for song credits and a refurbished Now Playing screen. Back then, the company did not share any information on when the new features would arrive on the Apple Music Android app. As per the information provided by 9to5Mac, the Cupertino-based tech giant has already added new features to the Android app.
The company has introduced all the new features to v4.3.0, the current beta version of the Apple Music app. The company has already added new features to its iOS version of the app for the forthcoming OS. The player now features a new Now Playing screen that not only expands the album cover photos to the screen’s edges but also displays animated versions of the album artwork.
The app now contains a special section for song credits. The section includes credits for artists, songwriters, engineers, production teams, and lyrics. Users have access to the whole list of people involved in creating the song. Furthermore, the section also indicates whether the song is available in Dolby Atmos and Lossless formats or not. By hitting the three-dot button and selecting the View Credits option, you can go to this part.
The company has not unveiled when the new features will arrive in the stable version of the app. The latest version of the software will primarily be made available to the general public together with iOS 17, which will be released next month. If you don’t want to wait until then, you may use the Google Play Store to sign up for Apple Music for Android’s beta program.
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