As published on I / O 2022, Google optimizes its Android apps for tablets and other large-screen devices. YouTube Music playlists have already seen redesign and that user interface now comes into album view.
This redesign (in portrait mode) begins with YouTube Music listing the artist, media type (album), and release year at the very top. The next image of the album, which is larger than before, appears on a blurred background, followed by the title and description.
Available controls include download, add to library, play, share, and overlay menu. Then you get a list of songs, which appears on the right side of the (landscape) tablet while all the other information is in the left column. There should be a FAB (floating action button) in the lower right corner to scroll when scrolling down.
One Reddit user which received a redesign of the playlist early he is the first to receive this new UI album. This update does not currently apply to the music you uploaded. Of course, as seen with the albums, the overhaul is happening very slowly from look to look and could happen sometime in the future.
Old vs. New (in / MoistTart3258)
It’s a good modernization, especially on the big screens where the old approach was to stretch everything.
We don’t see this redesign of YouTube Music for albums on several tablets we checked out this morning. It was previous reports of this also comes on phones, but it is far from widely available at the moment. Meanwhile, iPad users have not seen this user interface so far.
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