Apple is in the midst of a massive redesign of its music software.
It has been working on the new Apple Music, which has had some rough patches since it launched in late August.
Apple Music’s interface has changed over the last year, and now features a new look.
Apple has been rolling out new features to the music app in recent months.
One of those features is a new way to share audio from the Apple Watch and iPhone.
Apple is also introducing a new “music-making” feature, which allows users to create their own songs and remix them with the music of their choosing.
The new feature will allow users to upload up to 20 songs to Apple Music.
Apple is allowing this feature to be enabled on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, with Apple Music currently only available for the Apple TV, Apple TV Remote, and the Apple CarPlay and CarPlay Wireless accessories.
The feature works similarly to Spotify, which lets users upload up 30 songs to their Spotify account, and allows users who already have 30 songs on their accounts to upload them to Apple’s service.
Spotify’s music-creation feature is now available to all users.
In an interview with Bloomberg, Apple Music senior vice president of product marketing Jason Boulter said that Apple Music will have “huge growth in the coming months,” with Apple adding “many new songs.”
“We want to continue to push this into the living room,” Boulters told Bloomberg.
“We’re still working on a lot of the new features, but we’re excited about how much music is going to be uploaded to Apple and what’s going to happen in the future.”
Boulter also noted that Apple will add more songs to the service in the months ahead, with new features coming in the weeks ahead.
The company also said that it plans to launch Apple Music for Android in the second half of 2018, as well.
Apple Music for iOS, Apple’s app for its iPhones and iPads, is the first Apple Music app to be updated to Android since the company launched it in late 2016.
The app is designed to be easier for users to navigate.
Apple announced the release of its new iOS and Android apps in November 2016, following a year-long period when it only released Apple Music on iOS devices.