YouTube Music rolls out swipe gesture for song navigation on iOS

YouTube recently redesigned the Music app. Now, YouTube has added a new feature for its Music app for iOS users. The YouTube Music app no has a Swipe gesture that allows users to navigate songs. The Swipe feature allows users to change songs by just simply swiping left or right on album artwork.

Before the launch of the Swipe gesture, iOS users had to tap controls at the bottom of the page to navigate through their music. However, the Android users have been using this swipe gesture feature for quite some time. Now, it has been extended to the iPhone and iPad apps. The iOS users can get the new feature on version 7.04 of YouTube Music.

This feature make it easy for users who prefer touch controls in comparison to the buttons. It complements the swipe capability brought with the permanent miniplayer last year.

YouTube Music has not announced the launch timeline for the March-May recap. The previous edition covering the period from December to February, was not released until early April.

Meanwhile, YouTube Music recently removed its ‘Hum to Search’ song identification feature without mentioning anything about the reason. The feature was fully functional for Android users last month. However, it appears to have been withdrawn in recent days. YouTube Music has yet to reveal the reason for this rollback.

Meanwhile, Pakistani singer Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s recent hit track, ‘Bado Badi’ was removed from YouTube due to a copyright dispute. It received millions of views within just a month of its April 2024 release. However, Khan’s version of “Bado Badi” faced removal from the platform following claims of copyright infringement.

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