Activated the option to search for a song within the playlists in iOS 15.2
The new beta version of iOS 15.2 released a few hours ago is adding a series of new features that are long-awaited by users and that is that in addition to the new features in user voice recognition for the HomePod, the new beta version of iOS also adds changes to Apple Music and playlists.
In this sense, what we have on the table with this improvement for Apple Music is the option of search for a song directly within a playlistthat is, being able to find that song within the list thanks to an integrated search engine that appears at the top.
The option to search for songs in an Apple Music list is already in beta
This option is somewhat hidden in the new beta version and for those who have iOS 15.2 beta installed and have an Apple Music subscription account, you can try this new option to find a song within a list. All we have to do is access the playlist we want, scroll down so that the search option appears at the top of the iPhone. There we have the option to find a specific topic within a list.
We can say that this search option should have been implemented for a long time since it is something quite basic to find a song that we like in any playlist. This does not mean that the Apple Music service has to improve slowly, but here the “better late than never” prevails. On this occasion, the options available to search for a specific topic are already active in the application, we hope that some more aspects of Apple Music will continue to improve. If there are no more changes this option It will arrive officially when iOS 15.2 is released before the end of the year.