Apple Music for Android Updated With Playback and Playlist Fixes

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Apple-Music-Android-iconApple Music for Android has been updated with a few bug fixes related to playback and playlist issues.

In particular, the update resolves a playback issue where songs skip over the first two seconds of music. It also fixes an issue where albums added to a playlist appear in an unexpected order.

Apple Music version 0.9.11 is available on the Google Play store as a free update.

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Cesaroniss Avatar
60 months ago

They are, starting with iOS 10.

That is incorrect. Apple confirmed that it's not going to happen. They will not update stock apps thru the App Store.
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Sirious Avatar
60 months ago
Apple should use it's own App Store to update it's own stock apps on iOS too.
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Zedcars Avatar
60 months ago

The stock apps don't install as part of the OS process... they must be downloaded from the App Store (I've done this myself.) How else will they be updated?

No. They are updated via an iOS update. Deleting the stock Apps only deletes user data, hides the icon and removes access to certain system integration 'hooks'. The app binary data remains intact on your phone. Apple decided to allow easy app re-installation via an App Store download option - but it's not actually downloading the app itself - merely re-activating user access and icon visibility on your phone...

http://m.imore.com/how-deleting-apple-apps-works-in-ios-10
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Col4bin Avatar
59 months ago

Should I even ask if it manages playing gapless?

It does. So if you enjoy listening to as much live music as I do you're in luck.
[doublepost=1468208623][/doublepost]In addition to periodic connection issues on a LTE network, still one other bug that bothers me to no end is the one that causes the same song in a playlist to repeat over and over, even when the repeat button/option is completely turned off and while connected via wifi. It's a random occurrence thankfully, but still annoying nonetheless.
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I wonder how many Android subscribers there are.

+1 right here boss.
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T5BRICK Avatar
60 months ago

They do come with iOS. That's why the IPSW is ~5GB expanded. How did you manage to install the apps from the store?

That's where they show up once you've deleted them. Although, after doing some reading I've found that you are correct. When you "delete" a stock app, it really just removes the icon, user data and links to the app. It doesn't actually delete the app itself.

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bwillwall Avatar
60 months ago
I like that icon better than the iTunes for Mac/Windows
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