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As of this weekend, various different consumers and our own screening are demonstrating that the lengthy-dormant shuffle button is functioning when casting music from the YouTube New music interface. The repeat button is however current as we reported previously, but for ourselves and apparently numerous other consumers, remains damaged.
As always, YouTube Tunes looks to extensively use many teams in A/B checks, so really don’t be surprised if you are unable to accessibility the features however. It’s baffling that Google, a business which is designed streaming program for pretty much a long time and positions its Solid functionality as a central element of its sensible house ecosystem, can not get this correct.
Formerly we noticed the repeat button enabled, as under, but now it is greyed out, as in the image above.
The physical appearance of an interactive icon is virtually surely an indicator that the change is being labored on, but present day news practically encapsulates the YouTube Music practical experience to day: If a attribute is not outright missing, it can be missing for some men and women as element of a painfully gradual rollout, or it can be only broken.
Some working day YouTube Songs will be a completely-highlighted audio subscription service and app — or, at minimum, it will satisfy the benchmark set by Google Participate in Music — but that working day is not nowadays.
Alternate evergreen title: YouTube Tunes virtually has a basic aspect you expected it would have launched with, but it is really not available for everybody but and/or broken
Shuffle button is working for cast
This post was updated to report the new (and evidently default) casting interface: shuffle button enabled, repeat button greyed out.