Last week, Apple has released iOS 8.3, and following this release the company on Monday releases the first iOS 8.4 beta to developers, including revamped music application.
The all new iOS 8.4 build 12H4074d comes with a high-end music application that got a completely new look and advanced features like improved Now Playing screen, MiniPlayer and Global Search integration.
The revamped Music application enables users to personalize playlists by adding custom images and descriptions. Moreover, the new functionality of the application enables for direct playback from the app’s album list.
Along with it, the application’s recently added section overheads tracks and albums, which are imported or purchased recently to the top of a user’s library.
Moreover, Up Next does it all that its name suggests. It allows users to skip ahead and reorder upcoming tracks while the new Global Search option allows you to search from anywhere in the Music application. However, the search results are impulsive, so it is extremely easy to start content directly from the results.
There are lots of other enhancements as well like a MiniPlayer, which enables playback controls while browsing Music’s library, a new Up Next icon in order to see what song is coming up, streamlined iTunes Radio navigation and more.
When it comes to New Global Search integration, it is known for pulling results from anywhere in the Music application and allows for iTunes Radio station creation directly from Search.
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Developers can find the first iOS 8.4 beta that is obtainable through Apple’s Developer Portal. Apple has also released a new Xcode 6.4 beta with software development kits for iOS 8.4 and OS X versions 10.9 and 10.10. Moreover, the latest Xcode software is obtainable on Apple’s developer webpage.
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