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Please change back the UI.
I have been a loyal premium subscriber for around 7 Years. And I’ve most the of the time enjoyed the updates. But let me tell you I absolutely hate this one. And it’s come to the point if you don’t fix this or change something quick I’m going to unsubscribe from premium and delete the app. The biggest concern I have is with recently listened to music. The way you had the UI before was perfect to me. I loved the way I could see all of my previously listened to artists on one page and scroll down. I could edit this as well. Now the new way to listen to them is trash. I can click on the artist and listen to their entire library, but I don’t wanna do that. I wanna hear the library I had in the last updates of just the songs I saved from the artist. So now I have to go the my music tab and search for the artist and listen to them that way. Which is extremely inconvenient and out of the way. It wasn’t broken. Why did you change it? Is there any way I could undo this latest update and get the previous one I enjoyed? If not I’m sorry this is such a small thing but it really made a huge difference to me. Like I said if it isn’t fixed I’m gonna delete the app, and I’m sure many others feel the same way I do.
3 Simple Fixes to Get Back to 5 Stars
1. You need to include an alphabetical quick scroll on the right-hand side of all of your lists, whether it’s your list of playlists, your Artist Library, or inside an actual playlist looking at songs. No one has the time to swipe for 30 seconds to the bottom of their library when they want to listen to The Who. A quick scroll has been a standard on every music app for years now. Get with the times!
2. The artist library page needs a royal update. Or retro-date, rather. I had an older version of the app until yesterday where all artists whose music you had saved into your library displayed on the same library in a neat, clean fashion, regardless of whether or not you Follow them. Now you can only neatly organize those artists whom you Follow, and the rest are left in this awkward, disorganized list of artists with a big “Follow” button next to it. We know what you’re doing guys. If we want to follow an artist, we will. For now, just let us organize our artist library in a straightforward fashion.
3. Another retro-date: put back the option to view your Songs Library. Sometimes you just wanna shuffle your songs. Yeah, the “Liked Songs” playlist is there, and that’s cool and all, but it’s not intuitive when you have “Playlists” and “Artists” listed up top. Put it back.
Update screwed up my library
The latest update has some serious glitches with organizing all the artists I had previously saved. Looks like they got rid of the function “saved“ and just added a heart button as a means to save artists. I’m sure it works fine in theory but my previously existing library is completely out of wack. The artists aren’t in there anymore, they are gone, as in showing no saved artist! All I see is a list of suggested artist that used to be in my library but don’t seem to be organized in any specific way. Weirdly most of the old library can be only seen under “albums”, which is just weird that the 2 categories aren’t synced. An album can be saved but the artist is not? It’s completely backwards. Worse is the lack of function to be able to sort through artists and am now forced to sort through everything in the album section and organize by artist. It’s not the same, the artist name is small and hard to read under the album name. By effect you have to sift through a lot more items to do the same function as simply going to the artist in your library and seeing what albums you have saved in their folder. And I don’t know why it moved “all songs” to a playlist instead of library. Also annoying but I can deal with that one. Fix my library! Or I’ll demand the hundred of dollars back I’ve paid you since signing up, since I’ve theoretically lost the hundreds of hours that time I’ve spent sorting and saving artists.
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