Apple Music Receives A Dedicated Section For Music Videos
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Apple Music App Gets A 'Music Videos' Section

Now, explore the Taylor Swift’s latest music videos in the app easily

Apple Music App Gets A \'Music Videos\' Section

Apple announces to add a dedicated section for the music Videos in Apple Music app for the users. The change is coming as a part of the iOS 11.3 update, however, the company added the section prior to the public release of the latest iOS update. The Video option started appearing in the Apple Music app under ‘Browse’ tab.

The addition doesn't mean that the iOS users did not have access to the music videos in the music app earlier. With a whole new category of music videos, the users now have an effortless way to explore exclusive videos. The Video tab gathers and serves the curated music videos to users with different categories like ‘Today’s Video Hits’ and other playlist highlighting new latest music releases. Apple said that the change will bring the best music video streaming experience to the users.

The music video update will be available to the iOS or MacOS users, however, Apple won't let the users stream the videos without the paid subscription of Apple Music. The new update may help Apple to snatch some of the YouTube and Vimeo users as the company claims the service is totally ad-free. Instead of asking the users to search down the videos, Apple brought a stack of the curated exclusive music videos in the app. Apple Music now features videos from Kylie Minogue, Beck and a spotlight section on Taylor Swift under the music video option.

Similar to the Apple Music service the new debuted section also uses the user’s search history and previously played tracks to suggest the personalized videos. Recently the iPhone maker has expanded the Apple Music subscription plans for the students with affordable prices.

On Thursday, Apple finally released the iOS 11.3 update for the users after months of waiting. The latest iOS release is the biggest one since iOS 11 as it contains the battery health feature and option to manage the performance throttling.

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