Apple has been pushing its media streaming services pretty hard for some time now, and their most popular offering so far is Apple Music. For those of you who don’t know, Apple Music is Apple’s very own music streaming service, offering users the largest collection of music on the planet, along with exciting podcasts that you can follow and listen to at your own leisure.
Over the years, Apple Music has grown through the ranks and is now considered at par, or even better than the more well-known services like Amazon Music or Spotify, and the fact that the membership plans for Apple Music are very similar to that of Spotify, make it a very attractive proposition, especially for Apple users.
Recently, Apple Music got a lyrics mode update, in which, the lyrics of the song can be toggled on, in case you want to see the words, or maybe even sing along. Turning it on is easy and in this tutorial, we will show you how to do just that.
Let’s get started –
Step 1. Open the Apple Music app on the iPhone.
Step 2. Browse through the library and locate the song you want to play.
Step 3. On the play screen, tap on the lyrics button.
Step 4. You will now see the lyrics appear and they will follow the song, as it progresses.
Keep in mind, that while 90% of the songs on Apple Music have lyrics available, there are still a few that are being updated. So if you see the lyrics button greyed out for a particular song, then the reason may be that the lyrics are unavailable, or the author has not uploaded them yet. If you are an Apple user, the Apple Music app is preinstalled on all Apple devices, including iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Mac/Macbooks. You can get a one month free trial for the service, and once that ends, you have a host of subscription options with attractive prices, that will convince you to stay on for a longer period.