NetEase Cloud Music iOS version adds support for desktop lyrics


A few hours ago, the iOS version of NetEase Cloud Music ushered in the 8.7.50 version update. This update comes with the desktop lyrics function. This feature also allows users to view the lyrics from the system desktop. The Android version of NetEase Cloud Music already supports desktop lyrics. Many Android brands like Meizu support the display of lyrics in the status bar.

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At the end of April this year, NetEase Cloud Music launched Hi-Res sound quality. The capacity of songs that support Hi-Res is greater than 30MB, which has a higher resolution than lossless sound quality and requires VIP to open. NetEase Cloud Music said it has a million-level Hi-Res music library.

After updating, in the settings of the playback page, you can see the option of “Open Desktop Lyrics”. After turning it on, you can return to the desktop to see a long strip of lyrics floating above the desktop. Furthermore, users can also cut songs and pause at the same time.

It is important to note that the lyrics are not transparent and may block some content on the desktop. In fact, the implementation of the desktop lyrics this time uses the “picture-in-picture” function that has become popular in iOS 14. You can watch videos through a small window and do other operations at the same time.

The lyrics function of the new version of NetEase Cloud Music can be simply understood as a small video floating window. In essence, it is still unable to break through the original limitations of iOS and directly realize the floating lyrics. But even so, for iPhone users, this residual version of the desktop lyrics is already a coveted “epic” update.

NetEase Cloud Music launches Hi-Res sound quality

Back in April, NetEase Cloud Music officially launched Hi-Res sound quality. The Hi-Res sound quality of NetEase Cloud Music may be in grayscale. However, as of now, not all users have the option to use Hi-Res sound quality options. Hi-Res (High-Resolution Audio) means high-resolution audio. High-resolution audio refers to a music format whose sound information exceeds CD quality, that is, the sampling rate is greater than 44.1kHz and the bit depth is greater than 16bit.

Last year, QQ Music officially launched Hi-Res sound quality music. As long as QQ Music on the mobile phone is upgraded to the 10.18 version of the internal test, you can see the “Little Gold Label” of Hi-Res under some song titles.

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