YouTube Music is one of the fastest growing apps in Europe, especially before the closure of Google Play Music. So far this year, Google has introduced a lot of features in the app, so that we can make better use of it on our Android phones.
With its large music catalog, one of the great advantages that we find in YouTube Music is good quality sound. If we want to get even better sound, in the app there is an integrated equalizer, which we can configure as we wish. Thanks to this you can get the most out of the app on Android.
5 tips to get the most out of YouTube Music
If you want to fully enjoy YouTube Music on Android, there are a series of tips on how to use the app better.
This is how the equalizer is used in YouTube Music
An equalizer will allow us to get better sound, so that we listen to the music that we play on YouTube Music in a lot of detail, for a good experience. The fact that there is an equalizer built into the app itself makes it especially handy for getting the best sound, without needing to download any third party apps. The steps to use and configure this equalizer are:
- Open YouTube Music on your phone.
- Tap your profile picture.
- Go to Settings.
- Click on the Equalizer option.
- Enter Equalizer.
- Select the type of equalizer you want to use.
- If you want to use custom, configure each of the frequencies.
Depending on the genres of music you listen to on your account, there will be an option in this equalizer that adjusts better at what you are looking for. In addition, YouTube Music allows us to always choose the custom option, so we will be the ones who will configure each of the parameters of said equalizer to our liking, being able to change this at any time, if there is something that we are not with. satisfied.
In addition, in these app sound settings we also have other options, how to activate Dolby Sound, which will allow us to obtain a higher quality, in Android mobiles compatible with this option.
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