YouTube Music : Users can use “Start Radio” Directly From Now Playing Screen on Android | UPDATE
Update from YouTube Music has been rollout for Andriod users.
YouTube Music is now letting users ‘Start radio’ directly from the Now Playing screen on Android.
Users can click on the album artwork of the song and choose the button on the extreme right to start a radio of similar songs.
The ‘Start radio’ option has been available in the overflow menu in YouTube Music for a while, but it is now surfacing as a quicker option as well.
Google has been rolling out a number of new features for YouTube Music over the past few months, with this being the latest.
Users can click on ‘Start radio’ option from the album artwork interface when a song is playing on YouTube Music in order to listen to similar songs.
It is the fourth button.
A toast message that says ‘Starting radio’ appears on the screen after tapping it.
Before ‘Start radio’ option could be accessed from the overflow menu of YouTube Music.
The option to do so is still present, but this is a quicker way to start a radio playlist of similar songs.
Users can also long-press any song outside the player to start a station.
While it is a useful feature, the new ‘Start radio’ button can be hard to identify and may take users a while to figure out the use of it.
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