Apple Music for Android beta joins Spatial and Lossless Audio, automatic crossfade and more

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Close by WWDC 2021, Apple carried out a lot of features for its Music streaming service. The Lossless and Spatial Audio update, just as different improvements, are presently accessible for Apple Music on Android.

These new features require signing up for the beta channel in the Play Store, and are not yet carried out to stable clients. It should carry out to all gadgets soon.

Once updated, you’ll approach Spatial listening “on compatible devices,” with Apple promoting “thousands of tracks in Dolby Atmos available at launch.” The organization has helpfully curated a playlist of accessible songs, while you can search for the “Dolby Atmos” badge that shows up over the list of tracks on an album page.

That is likewise how you check for “Lossless.” In Settings, there is another “Audio Quality” menu to empower “Lossless Audio.” Preference let you pick between the various levels and where it applies (Cellular, Wi-Fi Streaming, or Downloads):

High Efficiency: AAC with low data usage [Cellular only]
High Quality: AAC 256 kbps
Lossless: ALAC up to 24-bit/48 kHz
High-Resolution Lossless: ALAC up to 24-bit/192 kHz

In the interim, Apple Music for Android currently offers Automatic Crossfade to supplement the current “Manual” alternative — as long as 12 seconds, while there are likewise library upgrades.

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