The positive response shown by the loyal fans in the realm of Android over the existence of previous versions of music applications, seems to be a provision for the technology giant Apple to re-update the version of its flagship music app. Apple Music Version 2.0 is the latest version of Apple’s bespoke music app.
The latest version of Apple Music was released a few days ago for the Google Play Store. In order for Apple Music Version 2.0 operation to be more optimal, the device he uses needs minimal Android 4.3 or later. The existence of the latest design features in this version offers a more robust user interaction.
One of the standout upgrades is the Lyrics header that allows users to view the lyrics on the Now Playing page. This is done by pressing the Show button at the bottom of the screen when the song is playing. When the user finishes viewing the lyrics, the user can press the Hide button to remove the lyrics.
There is a Playlist section that is now added to the existing Library. Users can now view the music they downloaded through the new “Downloaded Music” section. The “New” section has been relocated under Browse. Now the only available sidebar options are Library, Browse, For You, Radio and Settings.
Apple Music 2.0 is only for Android users, while for the availability of iOS device itself is reportedly available since September 2016 ago.