Today Apple has rolled out an update to the Browse tab in Apple Music, which all users should see soon. The new Browse tab surfaces a lot more content up front without requiring tapping through other menus first; it does, however, retain the same basic design language and feel as before.

The new Browse tab starts off the same as it always has, with a collection of featured banners up top to highlight new releases, Up Next artists, or newly updated playlists. After that is where things are different though: currently, the second section in Browse features Apple’s Daily Top 100 playlists, followed by thematic sections like Weekend Warrior and Visionary Women, then Just Updated, Hot Tracks, and New Music, all of which come before the familiar More to Explore section where you can visit dedicated Genres, Moods, Top Charts, and Music Videos pages. Following that list of other pages, there are even more curated sections in Browse: We’re Loving, Get Down Tonight, On Beats 1, and Coming Soon.

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