Whether you’re usually listening to rock, pop, hip-hop, R&B, metal, punk, indie, country, or some other musical genre, you can’t just completely overlook the lyrics. Music has the beautiful purpose of delivering not only feelings and moods. It can surely also offer a wide variety of messages and stories.
The latest update for the YouTube Music app brings to its users a set of new UI elements and lyrics support. The update has already been rolled out, and it’s totally worth giving a try.
Finding lyrics is easier than ever in YouTube Music
If you’re also one of those numerous people that are often searching via Google for lyrics of the songs that you like, then the YouTube Music app gets you rid of that not so pleasant process. Also, the overhaul for the UI features has repositioned some buttons: those for the shuffle, repeat, like, and dislike functions.
As the Play Store description says about YoutTube Music:
“YouTube Music is a new music app that allows you to easily find what you’re looking for and discover new music. Get playlists and recommendations served to you based on your context, tastes, and what’s trending around you.”
YouTube Music offers its users a large collection of music from all genres, and it can even be based on the searching history from the main YouTube engine. There are tons of recommendations, artists, playlists, and much more.
If you want to get rid of the annoying ads and get the chance of downloading tracks for offline playback, you can purchase the premium version of YouTube Music for just bout $10 per month. That’s clearly not a huge amount of money considering the amazing benefits that the app has to offer.
The YouTube Music app was revealed to the public in October 2015 and released for usage and purchase during the following month.