While grooving to your favorite tracks on Apple Music, do you ever wonder about the faces behind the beautiful lyrics, music, or even the production? If yes, then this new iOS 17 feature is just for you. Apple’s latest iOS 17 update has brought the song credits to Apple Music, a simple yet impressive feature that has been available on Spotify for a long time. The song credits feature offers a window into the creative minds and talent that bring music to life. That said, let’s learn how to view song credits in Apple Music on iPhone in iOS 17.
How to Check Song Credits in Apple Music
Apple Music has been known for its sleek and user-friendly interface, but it lacked the ability to display song credits, unlike several other music streaming apps. While the users have been demanding this feature for a long time, the iOS 17 has finally made this possible. So, if you have already upgraded to iOS 17 on your iPhone, here’s how you can view song credits in the Apple Music app:
- Open the Apple Music app on your iPhone and play your favorite track or radio station.
- Now, tap the three-dot icon at the top right of the music player screen.
- In the drop-down menu that appears, tap the View Credits option at the top.
- Here, on the view credits screen, you can see the performing artist’s name, the people behind the composition & lyrics, and the production and engineering team behind the song. You can also check whether the track supports Dolby Atmos and Lossless playback.
And that’s it. This is how you can view song credits in the Apple Music app, but only on iPhone. At the time of writing, the song credits feature is not available in the Apple Music Android app. While you are here, you can also learn how to enable crossfade between songs in Apple Music on iOS 17.