YouTube Music Is Looking to Give Tough Time to Music Apps by Adding Library Sorting Feature

Streaming music on YouTube is probably one of the oddest things most of us do on a day to day basis, considering there are so many music-streaming websites available. YouTube is known to be the number one online video streaming websites where everyone cannot only freely share their views but also share their opinions and talents and this is exactly the place where most of the famous singers made their debut. In a world full of music streaming websites that are specially designed just for music with multiple features it was long due for YouTube to keep up with the growing trends.

Formally, on adding a song to the list YouTube had just one default setting where it would automatically sort the songs according to the recently added songs first. However, according to 9to5Google, now the user can not only arrange the songs on the basis of recently added that is a default setting but also according to chronological order. In short, the user can arrange song and albums according to A-Z, Z-A or simply leave it to the default setting.




Although, it is quite disappointing that it took so long for YouTube to introduce such a basic feature but it seems that they have been busy with new features, user interface and making the search engine better. The announcement was made last August and it took almost a year for the video hosting giant to finally roll out the feature. This feature is available on the 3.29 version of both Android and iOS, however, the web users still need to wait for a while. Most users are now getting their hopes higher as more websites are jumping into the business which is the reason users are now judging YouTube on strict benchmarks. It is now high time for the company to keep up with the trends because they seem to lag behind in the music section at least.

Just like you can download songs on other music websites, YouTube just recently launched their download option which was the reason most of the users were expecting that it was high time for YouTube to take lead. However, YouTube failed to take the lead then, but it seems the company is finally conscious about the demand of their users which has given new hope to the users.

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