Apple Music rolled out a couple of great new features yesterday, bringing fresh content as well as better organization to the music streaming service. The updates were both cloud-side changes so you should see them in the app on your iPhone, iPad or on your Mac at this point.
The first change is a new list of Top 100 playlists. Found in the app when you go to Browse then down to Top Charts, you will see a new section, “Daily Top 100”. There you will find the top 100 songs globally or in a particular country.
Some of the countries in the list includes the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Japan, Germany, and France to name but a few. The list is made up of the top song played in that country each day and you can add the playlists to your library and they will be updated daily.
The other big change has to do with organization within Apple Music. Previously, when you searched for an artist and found their albums, singles and EPs would be mixed in amongst those albums. In many cases, the only way you would know it was a single was by tapping it. No more. Now Singles, EPs, Live albums, and compilations are all separated out in the listing both on your Mac as well as your iPhone and iPad.
This new organization within an artist’s page should make it a lot easier for you to find albums or singles without having to do a lot of tapping.