On Wednesday, Apple updated the Android version of the Apple Music streaming application, introduced Android Auto support, and added songs by lyrics. The latter is a feature just introduced in iOS 12.
The latest update of Apple Music for Android long supports Android Auto which is an option of Google connecting the mobile phone with the Android operating system and the system. Embedded infotainment. A beta version of the same feature appeared at the end of last month.
Like Apple's Music for iOS which supports CarPlay, Android iteration allows you to play songs on an Android infotainment system. Read commands can be accessed directly through the central unit, but actions are limited to basic operations.
In addition to Android's automatic integration, the Apple Music Update application includes a lyrics search function that debuted on iOS 12 on Monday. The added feature allows users to enter saved speech clips corresponding to the Apple Music database, instead of limiting the song search to titles, artists, and albums.
In the software update built into iOS 12, a voice activated version of the same function has been added to HomePod.
The new Android update also introduces playlists of songs inspired by the habits heard by friends and Friends Mix, which creates the best 100 cards of Apple Music.
Finally, Apple Music for Android takes advantage of the sophisticated Artist Artist page. Earlier this month, Apple introduced a reorganized user interface for artist collections that divides albums, singles, EPs, edits, and other content into separate categories to make it easier to find specific works.
Apple Music for Android can download 42 MB free from the Google Play store.
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