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iOS 17 just added the ability to view the performing artists, songwriters, lyricists, producers and engineers of any track on Apple Music.

Apple just released iOS 17 beta 3 to developers, bringing it with it a fairly small but important addition. You can now finally view the credits of any song on Apple Music.

This update once again proves how important it is to ensure your release metadata is filled in as much as possible on RouteNote.

How to view song credits on Apple Music with iOS 17

From the Now Playing window of any track, tap the three dots in the top right corner, then View Credits. This will show details, separated into categories, including performing artists, songwriting and lyrics, and production and engineering, as well as showing additional details such as whether the track supports Dolby Atmos and Lossless.

Song credits comes alongside other Apple Music changes in iOS 17, including SharePlay in the car, Collaborative Playlists, crossfade and interface changes.

iOS 17 will be released to the public in the fall, later this year. Head to to get early access.

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