YouTube Music on Web: Explore the Exciting New Update

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Even though it seems to lag behind music streaming giants like Spotify and Apple Music, YouTube Music has made significant progress in recent years. However, certain features of the app are not consistent across all platforms. For instance, while the Android and iOS versions of YouTube Music can resume playback from where you left off after closing and reopening the app, including for songs and podcasts, this functionality was missing from the web version of the app. Fortunately, it seems that this is now changing with a recent update.

The future looks brighter for YouTube Music now. It seems like YouTube Music on the web is catching up with its mobile counterparts in terms of functionality. Now users can enjoy the convenience of resuming playback and keeping their Up Next queue intact across different platforms.

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While YouTube Music on the web now remembers the last song played and maintains the Up Next queue, there’s a notable difference compared to the Android version. Reopening the web player resets the song to the beginning instead of resuming where you left off, as noted by 9to5Google. This behavior also applies to podcasts, which can be inconvenient, especially for longer-length podcasts where remembering your last position is crucial. The site speculates that this could be a bug, so there’s hope that it will be addressed in a future update.

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It seems like the updated web player for YouTube Music may be part of a limited rollout, as it’s not available yet. However, once it becomes more widely available, it will be a valuable addition, especially for users who primarily use the app through the web player.

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YouTube Music’s new hum-to-search feature is designed to make it easier for users to identify songs even if they don’t know the lyrics, artist, or song title. This feature can be particularly helpful when you have a tune stuck in your head but can’t recall any specific details about the song.

It’s exciting to hear that Google Gemini has finally received the long-awaited YouTube Music extension! This extension allows the chatbot to retrieve songs from the streaming service based on user prompts or commands. This feature has been in development for some time, and it’s great to see it ready for use. Users can explore Google’s support page for some interesting examples to try out with this new extension.

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