YouTube Music is one of the most popular music apps on the market. It has more than 20 million subscribers and millions of songs in multiple languages. The YouTube Music app has released a new development for both. From now on, when YouTube Music plays a song within the app, it offers a brand new feature that displays its lyrics on the screen.
Even more than a year has passed since launch, Google is still taking slow but concrete steps on YouTube Music. YouTube Music users will now also be able to take advantage of the lyrics feature of the service. Users can read the lyrics while listening to a song on iOS and Android apps. When there is an open song from the application, just tap the “i” (information) button on the left side of the screen to see the lyrics . Thus, the lyrics will be located under the trackbar.
Spotify and Apple music can also show lyrics in sync in some songs in sync with the track. For now, YouTube Music's lyrics are showing all in one static window. Therefore, you need to manually lower the page while following the track.
Not every song has the lyrics on YouTube Music at the moment. According to The Verge, YouTube updates its lyrics daily from LyricFind. However, YouTube has not yet shared a timeline for when lyrics will be assigned to certain popular songs.
Although the lyrics feature isn't currently supported on YouTube Music's web player, YouTube says it's actively working on it.