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Apple Announces Big Changes to Apple Music at WWDC

After facing criticism from countless iOS and Mac users, Apple Music and iTunes are getting a number of enhancements
Apple's Software
June 13, 2016

The times are a-changin' for Apple Music, and as part of its currently-ongoing WWDC keynote Apple outlined some of the new features set to reach this arm of its music business.

First up, Eddy Cue introduced an all-new Apple Music redesign, and the service looks a lot better than it previously did. But more importantly, the service is now easier to navigate, and all users should easily be able to use Apple Music (a lot of folks found that they struggled before).

There are lyrics for Apple Music now, too, though the audience didn't like the sound of singing along to “Rapper's Delight.” For You has been enhanced, making it easier to discover tracks, and oddly Connect remains a part of the service's offerings.

There are also enhancements to the Radio tab and Beats 1, and genre-based stations can be better configured, too.

This is a developing story; check back with us.