Apple Music App Features – Lossless, Spatial Audio, And Dolby Atmos Are Now Available To Android Users

The Apple Music app has some exciting updates and it is all in favor of its Android users. The Lossless Audio and Dolby Atmos are now available on Android phones as well. While Apple recently added these features to its iPadOS, iOS, and MacOS just last month, they soon released them to their Indian audience as well. Apple Music users around the globe can enjoy spatial audio with Dolby Atmos and its live music feel. The addition of these features makes the Music apps for Apple and Android, equal. Another good news is it comes with no special charges on the upgrade. The subscription amount remains the same for regular (Rs.99/month) as well as the student plan (Rs.49/month). 

Apple says the upgrade does consume more data for Android users as well, for example, a 3-minute track consumes 6MB and can consume up to 145MB with High-resolution Lossless. Apple has also said to create playlists for the easy use of the customers. The quality of music is described as “a new experience that transforms the way music will be created”. 

New Lossless Audio Feature Of Apple Not Supported By Some Apple Audio Devices

To get to the users’ good books in terms of audio aspects, Apple has announced two completely new features. The features will be available from June. The features are that the company will be providing lossless audio and spatial audio with Dolby Atmos to its users. What is surprising here is that Apple’s best and most popular headphones won’t be supporting this feature.

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Apple Music Now Gets New Features

Ever since the iOS 14.5 update for iPhone and iPadOS 14.5 for the iPad has released, Apple Music has received an amazing feature. This new feature which is so different and amazing is called Apple Music City Charts. In this feature, there will be playlists (which will be constantly updated) of the music and songs that are trending in different cities. More than 100 cities from around the globe are included here. Delhi and Bengaluru are the two cities from India that are included in the list for now. There will be the trending top 25 songs for a particular city which will be selected based on what the users in that area are listening to the most. Not just for iPhones and iPads, this feature is available also on Apple Music on macOS provided you are using the macOS Big Sur 11.3 update.

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Find Out Everything About Apple Music Replay 2020 Including Your Top Songs, Albums, Artists And More

Apple Music Replay is Apple’s biggest competitor to Spotify Wrapped, helping Apple Music subscribers to get complete access of details on their most listened to songs, albums, and artists of the year. Understanding how to find your Apple Music Replay 2020 year-in-review is explained further. Read More

Apple One Bundle Offers Services Including iCloud, Music, TV+ From $14.95/Month

In today’s event, Apple announced its Apple One bundle that offers subscriptions from all of Apple’s services. The plans range from $14.95 to $29.95 per month that offers Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and 50 GB of iCloud storage.

Individuals can enjoy the plan for $14.95 per month, while families can get it for $19.95 with 200 GB storage. The top-end Premier plan includes Apple News+ and the newly-announced Apple Fitness+ as well, and 2 TB of iCloud. Read More

Apple Music For Android Confirms The ‘Apple One’ Subscription Bundle

Back in June, Apple was supposedly planning to bundle their services into a single subscription, according to 9to5MacThe latest update to the Apple Music App for Android (version 3.4.0 beta) has confirmed this fact that a unified “Apple One” subscription would be coming soon that will offer two or more Apple digital services together at a reduced price. Read More