YouTube Music has redesigned its “Now Taking part in” display screen with a brand new feedback part that permits customers to learn and write feedback immediately from the app. The redesign is presently being rolled out to iOS and Android units globally, experiences 9to5Google. The brand new feedback button exhibits present feedback from the official music video on YouTube. Customers may also sort their very own content material, which provides a extra partaking social element to the app. The remark button is situated beneath the duvet artwork. When a consumer selects the button, a panel slides up on the display screen.
Subsequent to the feedback are icons for like/dislike, save, share, obtain and radio, which was beforehand hidden and solely accessible when customers tapped on the album cowl. The brand new instruments for the Now Taking part in display screen, nevertheless, don’t carry a significant change within the design. Among the long-demanded options, nevertheless, are nonetheless nowhere to be discovered. YouTube Music nonetheless doesn’t assist spatial audio or Dolby Atmos music. There may be nonetheless no function for rhythmic syncing of lyrics with the track. Nonetheless, the lyrics function did see an improve final month.
Late final month, YouTube Music rolled out a helpful reside lyrics function on Android and iOS globally for music lovers. The prevailing Lyrics tab in Now Taking part in will get upgraded with a brand new design and bigger textual content that sees a lot better spacing. The web page will refresh and transfer when the track jumps to the following line.
Google-owned YouTube has additionally introduced that it’s testing a brand new function on Android that may permit customers to seek for a track on the platform by buzzing. Customers within the experiment can toggle from YouTube voice search to the brand new track search function, and hum or report the track they’re trying to find over three seconds to ensure that the track to be recognized. That is just like how one can seek for a track by simply buzzing close to your cellphone’s microphone with the Google app’s listening skills turned on.
— Written with inputs from IANS