Now You Can Play Locally Stored Audio Files On Youtube Music For Android

Youtube Music is a good App for Music lovers that lets you easily find what you’re looking for and discovers new music. Recently, We have come to know that apart from streaming music online, YouTube Music for Android now lets you play locally stored audio files as well. However, the application still doesn’t support in-app local media playback.

YouTube Music for Android Can Now Play Local Audio Files Within App

The App now allows you to open music files from file managers, to play audio. In addition to that, it can handle files in most popular audio formats including MP3, Ogg, FLAC, and WAV.

Now You Can Play Locally Stored Audio Files On Youtube Music For Android

How to play locally stored audio files on YouTube Music
  1. Tap the audio file you want to play.
  2. Select the YouTube Music from “Open with” prompt
  3. A small music player on the screen with a black overlay will show up along with YouTube Music branding.
  4. While launching it for the first time, your smartphone will ask if you want to allow YouTube Music access to locally stored files first. Give them access.
  5. Closing it will stop the audio playback. These audio files will not appear in YouTube Music.

Furthermore, the Youtube Music Latest Update has also brought a new menu with EQ Adjustments. The Youtube Music 2.59 Version is quite similar to the equalizer found in the Google Play Music app. It allows the users to tune the equalizer within the Youtube Music App. You can easily select from 12 presets available. In addition to that, you can also customize five range sliders. It is a very good app for music lovers however it seldom gets any update due to which it has very shortcomings. Let’s see what will its new update offer.

Laiba Mohsin

Laiba is an Electrical Engineer seeking a placement to gain hands-on experience in relevant areas of Telecommunication. She likes to write about tech and gadgets. She's is known for her love for cats, music, traveling and exploring things.
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