The app makes it easy to discover new music or explore the music you already love by finding similar artists and displaying artist info like biographies, videos, songs, and more. You'll also see some much requested features like full-size high quality artist images and the new artist detail layouts. MUSIC The app includes a full music player as well as a mini player you can access anywhere in the app. You can play 30 second sample clips or buy your favorite songs and albums directly the iTunes store. You can also play full length music videos from Youtube and use a premium Spotify account to play full length songs. The app now covers a lot more artists around 2 million artists and bands and includes many newer artists that the old version did not support. From super rare tracks to major hits, you'll find artists, bands, songs, and albums, across thousands of music genres from ultra underground new electronic genres to Norwegian black metal, golden era hip hop, deep indie experiments, pop, country, world, folk, classical, and more. The main benefit of these changes is that the app is more efficient and secure, supports bigger music maps, is easier to maintain, and works well across all devices.
We often return to apps that continuously develop new features, but this time around there are two key reasons. Secondly, when Apple Music is such a solid on-device resource, which uses similar tech to match you with new artists, is there still a place for Discovr? Discovr is an expressly visual tool. From the first screen, you use a search bar to look up an artist you know. A number of related artists then grow out from here, surrounding the initial artists. Tap on an artist and the app returns a simple mind map. Apple Music suggests a number of artists to build out from, whereas Discovr lets you go from a specific source. Press and hold on an artist to bring up play options. From here you can play the top songs, or similar artists, or even add artists to a queue. The Spotify integration is well done, and keeps you within the Discovr environment.
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