The Apple Music app for iOS and iTunes for macOS have been updated this morning with an improved Browse tab. The updates were cloud-side push updates. That means that you will get the update – and likely already have – without having to do an actual app update. The update brings focus on the Top 100 lists and themes for music for your day or activities.
First, in both the iOS and macOS update, the Top 100 lists are more prominently displayed on the Browse tab. The Top 100 lists were introduced last November and feature the top 100 songs in various countries. Now they are more front-and-center so you can find them more easily.
The second big change are themes. These are designed to give you a playlist of music for a particular day or activity. For example, there is a Weekend Warrior theme with dance music, music for Fridays, and weekend chill music. There is also a Visionary Women theme with music from Cardi B, P!nk, and Bebe Rexha among others.
As mentioned, given this is a cloud-side push, everyone should have this update in their Apple Music app on their iPhone and iTunes on their Mac. If by chance you don’t, give it a few hours this morning and you should get it soon.
If you haven’t subscribed to Apple Music, you can do that through the app on your iPhone. It is $9.99 per month or $14.99 per month for families. Details can be found in the app.