Apple Music for Android received 2 new features that are not yet in iOS
Apple is gradually rolling out an update to its proprietary Apple Music Android app. Among the bug fixes and improvements, there are also two new features that were promised as part of the iOS 13 feature set.
From now on, the Apple Music app for Android has acquired a dark mode that uses a black background on all screens, which contrasts sharply with the traditional all-white interface of the application. In the application settings, in addition to the ability to turn on this mode, you can also choose whether it will be turned on permanently, or it should automatically switch depending on the activation of the smartphone’s power saving mode. It is likely that after upgrading to Android 10, activating the dark mode in Apple Music may also be dependent on the current theme of the system.
The update also includes another very interesting feature: time-synchronized lyrics that automatically scroll in sync with the song you're listening to. The text screen has been completely redesigned and now uses a large font that covers the entire display space.
All of these features were introduced during Apple’s performance at WWDC in June. Both features were demonstrated on stage and will appear in iOS 13 later this year. But for some reason, Android gets them even earlier than iOS, at least on some devices. The principle of distribution of this update is still unknown, but every day more and more owners of Android-smartphones respond that they already have both of the above functions.