Amazon Music is expanding its X-Ray feature to will let you see some interesting behind-the-scenes titbits and trivia for your favourite songs. Importantly, X-Ray is not an all-new feature on Amazon Music as it existed earlier as mannered — to display lyrics line-by-line automatically when the song plays. The music streaming service, then again, has expanded the existing feature to supply details approximately specific songs. X-Ray has been a prominent feature on Kindle and Amazon Prime Video for rather some time to supply extra details approximately the to be had satisfied.
The expansion of X-Ray is to be had globally across “tens of millions” of songs listed on Amazon Music, with some extra “fun facts” given for popular songs in america and the United Kingdom, as reported by The Verge.
You’ll access the titbits and trivia for your songs by swiping up on the X-Ray icon on Amazon Music. After that, you’ll be able to further swipe up to have a look at every fact or detail to be had under the X-Ray section. You’ll also tap on the Credits button to view the credit roll associated with the song.
The titbits reportedly include the artist’s backstory approximately the time when their song used to be released. It is going to also offer some trivia approximately specific tracks to be had on Amazon Music.
Prior to the newest update, Amazon Music had X-Ray to show lyrics that display and scroll automatically line-by-line as the song plays.
The expanded X-Ray is rolling out over-the-air, though you’ll be able to install the newest Amazon Music app on your Android or iOS device to receive the up-to-date experience.
Amazon’s fresh attempt will help distinguish Amazon Music from Spotify and YouTube Music that both are also a known choice among music lovers world wide. In September, america giant added podcast streaming to Amazon Music to persuade podcast listeners. The service has over 55 million subscribers globally, as per the official data given in January.
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