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No more hunting through the apps for your favorite music, it’s all there!

siliconreview No more hunting through the apps for your favorite music, it’s all there!

If you have an Apple watch, you will be delighted! No more hunting through the music app for your favorite music while you are commuting or working out. Apple has made some changes to its music app, Apple music, but right now the technology is unavailable for the iPhone.  Not that happy news for the iOS users! The watch operating system is made in such a way that it can automatically track the music that you often listen to. Apple can build New Music Mix, favorites mix and the most-listened-to music will automatically get synced to your device.  This means that whenever you do not have enough time to go through the music, if in case you are working out or busy the fitness app can automatically play your favorite music. You can set a playlist to automatically start up - no need to fiddle through the app.

Unfortunately, Apple didn't make those kinds of updates to its iPhone app in iOS 11. The only change that was made in the iOS technology was that in 2016, when they decided to add a feature similar to that of the Spotify app. With that you can now make a public profile and people can follow you and know what you normally listen to. Apple will also be adding a Movies and TV tab so users can more easily watch the original video content Apple has started producing. While the WatchOS 4 updates are great, users would have appreciated any kind of new updates in the iPhone version which was expected to come along with this.