How to Enable Crossfade Between Songs in Apple Music on iPhone

iOS 17 is here, it comes with a big list of changes and features. Apple has made an effort to introduce new features to nearly every app, and the new Apple Music app is no exception. The Apple Music app now includes a crossfade feature, here’s how you can enable crossfade between songs in Apple Music.

The crossfade feature has been available on rival music streaming services for quite some time, and now it has made its way to the Apple Music app. Thanks to the crossfade feature, songs will smoothly transition from one to another, creating a seamless listening experience.

Apple Music app is getting better with each iOS upgrade, last year, Apple introduced the sing-along feature dubbed Apple Music Sing. They also released the Apple Music app for Windows 11. Now, another highly anticipated feature has arrived: crossfading songs. The feature is available for both iPhone and Mac users, here’s how you can turn it on your device.

Let’s begin.

How to Turn on Crossfade Songs on iPhone and iPad

If your iPhone is running on iOS 17 or newer, you can turn on the new crossfading between songs feature on your device. There’s no need to change the subscription plan, the feature is available for all Apple Music subscribers, you can easily turn it on or off inside the settings. Here are the steps.

How to Enable Crossfade Between Songs in Apple Music on iPhone
  1. Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Select Apple Music.
  3. Turn on Crossfade.
  4. Once done, drag the slider to set the amount of time for crossfading the current song and fade in for the next song.

How to Turn on Crossfade Songs on Mac

Before diving to the steps, make sure your Mac is running on macOS Sonoma or newer. If you are already on the latest operating system, follow the below steps to turn on the crossfading songs feature.

  1. Open the Apple Music app on your Mac.
  2. Click on Music from the Menu bar and select Settings.
  3. Click the Playback tab.
  4. Select Crossfade Songs and set the timings according to your preferences.

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