You can now access even more older songs, albums, artists, and playlists thanks to a revamp of Listen again in May on YouTube Music for Android and iOS.
Depending on your usage patterns, the Home feed’s top tier may be Listen again. It now displays up to 20 works from the last few days’ worth of playing history. The new layout of this area, which was previously just a conventional, full-size carousel, allows you to view up to six paintings per screen rather than just two.
There is now a More option in the top-right corner that allows you to go back even further. Approximately 95 things are now displayed in an unwieldy two-wide grid, six at a time. The web client and Android tablet both provide a grid with four or five items per row.
You now have rapid access to songs and collections from YouTube Music’s main stream that at the very least hit a chord with you. Compared to using Recent activity/History at the top of the Library tab, it is far superior and takes no effort on your part (liking, playlist addition, etc.).
Similar work was recently done by YouTube Music with Mixed for you to present all customised mixes in one view as opposed to switching moods.
Today, YouTube for Android, iOS, and the web broadly launched the More button for Listen again.
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