Note: All this week, we’ll be publishing short posts from the 2017 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California. It’s a huge exhibition, so we’ll focus on what we try to do best: cover the field of music notation software and related technology.
12/16/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Mike Wuerthele / Source: AppleInsider
With nearly every version of iOS since Apple Music rolled out in 2015, the company has been tweaking the user interface in a bid to make things easier for users —and iOS 10.2 is no exception.
Rather than needing multiple screens for “Now Playing” in Apple Music, users can now swipe up while listening to a track to invoke the shuffle, repeat, and up next display. Apple helpfully points this out in an early launch of the app after the update.
The Library feature has been modified, giving the user more clear options to select and sort albums and songs, as well as playlist modification.