If YouTube Music’s Explore tab still hadn’t made an appearance in your app the last time you looked, check again. The feature, which was first released a couple of weeks ago, has now full rolled out to all Android and iOS users. Google designed the tab as a destination that can help you find new music. You can filter singles, albums and music videos by genre or “mood” like “chill” and “focus.” But you can also see all of them as a long list to browse through under “See all” if you’re feeling adventurous.
Check out some new features on #YouTubeMusic. Introducing the Explore Tab, where you can find new releases and browse playlists by mood, and Song Lyrics to sing along to your favorites. Now available for Android and iOS users → https://t.co/WgHKyzT2vn pic.twitter.com/Dj4gX1AQpK— YouTube Music At Home (@youtubemusic) May 6, 2020
YouTube Music’s in-app song lyrics feature seems to have made its way to all users, as well. The service will show you static lyrics in its mobile apps, whether you're a free or a paying user, whenever it’s available. Not all videos come with built-in lyrics, though, so you may still have to Google them when you want to sing along.