Apple Music will add music charts from 100 cities around the world in the next iOS update

Apple Music will include ‘Lists by cities’, a series of playlists of the most listened to songs in 100 cities of the world, in the next update 14.5 of the iOS mobile system.

The music streaming app will allow these ‘playlists’ of 100 cities to be played -even without specifying which ones they will be-, which will include the most listened songs with daily updates in their ‘City Charts’.

The arrival of the fourth beta version of iOS 14.5 for developers has allowed us to know this novelty from its code, as has been collected by the 9to5mac portal.

The lists are not yet live in the beta version, but the update provides the description of them: “Explore what is popular in more than 100 cities around the world with graphics updated daily.”

The code of the new update includes information on other musical news such as the ability to share song lyrics on Instagram Stories, Facebook Messenger and iMessage.


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