Apple Music version 3.4 has begun to roll out to Android phones with the new features first provided by iOS 14. The application has been redesigned, and all the features tested in iOS 14 Beta have been gradually applied to Android. It adds auto play function, improved search function, new icon and so on. The Play Store offers Apple Music version 3.4. Although the app is available for free, it costs $9.99 per month, allowing them to browse and stream music.
The updated Apple Music app for Android has been redesigned to be consistent with the iOS 14 version of the app. The menu bar now has five options instead of the three options provided in the previous version (3.3) of the application. The “For You” option has been replaced with “Listen Now”, and other options include “Browse”, “Broadcast”, “Library” and “Search”. Now, the “Now Playing” section has a dynamic background, which changes according to the album cover.
Another new feature in Apple Music 3.4 is the autoplay option, which is represented by the infinity icon. This icon can be found in the queue list next to the “Repeat Songs” option and allows the user to enable the autoplay function, and it displays a list of songs to be played next.
This can be done by clicking the menu icon and selecting “Share the song directly to Instagram, Facebook or Snapchat story”.Share song. ” inside Set value In the menu, the app now allows users to easily manage their mobile data. There are options to allow streaming, enable high-quality streaming, and allow downloads on mobile data.
Apple Music version 3.4 has been tested in Beta, and according to a report from Android Police, after a short test period, it has entered the Play Store.
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