Apple still doesn’t offer a full online web player for Apple Music, but this week software engineer Naveed Golafshani shared a new project on Reddit, allowing Apple Music subscribers to get access to their full library and other Apple Music features on the web. The web player can be found at playapplemusic.com, and to see your Apple Music library you can click „log in“ in the bottom left corner of the screen.
The player then provides an Apple authentication pop-up, where you’ll have to log into your Apple ID and let the web player access Apple Music, media library, and listening activity for your account. Afterwards, you’ll be able to see [...]
Google today announced that its Google Maps app for iOS will be updated today with a new „For You“ tab in over 40 countries.
„For You“ was first announced at Google I/O in May and was initially limited to Android. The feature is designed to „tell you what you need to know about the neighborhoods you care about,“ such as new restaurants opening nearby, trending spots, and more, based on places you’ve rated and places you’ve visited.
The tab is accompanied by a new „Match Score“ that predicts which restaurants you’re most likely to prefer based on your personal preferences, which is designed to help [...]
Google Maps was today updated with a new „Match“ feature that’s designed to offer up personalized restaurant recommendations based on a user’s customized tastes.
The Match option allows users to tap on a food or drink spot to see if they’re likely to enjoy a new spot based on past restaurant visiting history. The update also includes a list of how many restaurants have been visited in the Explore tabs trending feature.
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– Our new „match“ feature will help you find your one true love. And by love, we mean your next favorite cheeseburger. Tap on a food or drink spot to see [...]
Hulu today announced several features that are coming to the web and its mobile apps for iOS and Android to optimize the mobile viewing experience.
Hulu’s Live TV guide, which debuted last week on the Apple TV, Xbox One, Amazon Fire TV, and Nintendo Switch, will be added to mobile devices, allowing users to get to live TV with fewer clicks, see what’s on, and see what’s coming up.
On iOS and Android devices, a portrait player will let users see what’s on and switch between channels without having to browse in landscape mode. Rotating the phone horizontally will then launch into full screen mode. When watching on-demand content, Hulu will [...]