What do you want to know?
- YouTube Music may soon add a sleep timer feature.
- Google has been spotted working on a sleep timer for the Android version of the app.
- This is one of the Play Music features that Google abandoned when users switched to YouTube Music.
Since Google Play Music stopped working, YouTube Music doesn’t have many of the old features we used to rely on. Google seems to realize that this is a much-needed option, and new evidence points to a return to this capability.
The latest version of the YouTube Music app (v5.16) contains code strings indicating that Google is building a sleep timer for the Android version. As you noticed 9to5Google (opens in new tab)The sleep timer may appear as a footnote within the playback controls.
The sleep timer appears to display the remaining time with options to extend the timer by five minutes or turn it off completely. This is one of the most useful features already in many features Best music streaming servicesIncluding Spotify.
A useful sleep timer if you want to listen to music before you go to sleep, but don’t want your phone playing until you wake up.
It’s not yet clear how users will be able to access the feature, which is thought to have been rolled out to everyone. However, with Play Music, users can access the sleep timer option from the main settings menu.
However, like many unreleased features discovered by solving an APK file, there is no guarantee that it will be released to the public. But due to its basic nature, Google has no reason to reject it.
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