Apple Music Set To Have Major Overhaul On Its 1st Anniversary In June
Apple will have an overhaul of its year-old music streaming service at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June. This also marks the app's one-year anniversary.
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Apple wants the app to be more intuitive with a new simplification, interface and reorganization of existing features. The company also want to remove the Music's current colorful and translucent look. They want a design that has the emphasis on black and white backgrounds and text, according to Gadgets NDTV. Some sources said that the new album artwork is presumed to be huge.
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There will be a 3D Touch integration that will give you shortcut previews. You can share songs with your friends easily too. They also like to expand its online radio service.
According to Phone Arena, the big part of the redesign is in the "For You" section with new algorithms for better recommendations and a simplified UI. It will also feature the Apple's new San Francisco font.
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The overhauled Apple Music is anticipated to be delivered in beta at WWDC. This will be accompanied with the full version on the way as part of the iOS 10 in the fall. On the other hand, there is no word yet on plans for updating the Android version of Apple Music.