YouTube Music's Refreshes UI for Albums and Playlists on the Web YouTube Music's Refreshes UI for Albums and Playlists on the Web

YouTube Music’s Refreshes UI for Albums and Playlists on the Web

YouTube Music is one of the most popular platforms for streaming music. It includes unofficial covers and unreleased tracks that you may not find anywhere else, bundled with YouTube Premium. In contrast, its desktop UI was too basic for a long time, mimicking a mobile design. Fortunately, YouTube Music has finally addressed this issue by optimizing its web layout – especially when viewing albums and playlists.

The updated look on the web features a two-column design. The first column highlights the album art, year released, and description. It also includes buttons like play, download and share. The second column lists the individual songs with details like play counts, lengths and artists.

Before this change, YouTube Music on desktops crammed everything at the top with wide empty spaces below. The new layout makes better use of wider screens.

YouTube Music first brought the improved albums and playlists look to Android tablets, but not iPads. The refreshed web design is rolling out now but may not be live for everyone yet. If you don’t see it, try clearing your browser cache.

The tweaked interface helps YouTube Music’s web version feel more polished and space things out better for viewing on larger monitors. Users should enjoy a refreshed browsing experience on desktops soon too.

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