In update 9.3 third-party iOS apps have the opportunity to add music tracks to your iCloud Library. If you have previously how to access for this iTunes on your computer or add songs to established Music.
In the settings the beta versions of iOS 9.3 under Privacy there is a new option “media Library”. It limits for applications not reading the media library, and Vice versa – control programs that can save data to the cloud.
As told by programmer Ben Dodson, iOS 9.3 allows developers to add functionality into applications download the songs in a user’s online library. Of course with the permission of the owner of the iPhone and iPad. Since the function works via a new API, and at the moment no application from the App Store does not support it. But it is only a matter of time. After the release of the final version of the OS, applications like SoundCloud are able to work freely with iCloud photo Library, upload and delete Mp3 files in the cloud.
Feature iCloud photo Library allows subscribers services Apple Music and iTunes Match upload your music to the cloud, including tracks that are missing from the catalog of the iTunes store to access them from any device. Now in order to upload the tracks to the remote repository, the necessary version of iTunes for Mac or PC.
In addition to the new features of iCloud photo Library iOS update 9.3 will bring some changes in system apps. So, the Notes will be able to limit access to records with a password or Touch ID. In the “Health” sections will appear with information about the user’s activity, and in the news aggregator of Apple News – video support and horizontal mode.
In addition, 9.3 iOS will offer users the mode Night Shift, designed to improve sleep iPhone and iPad, Apple updated the CarPlay interface, the ability to connect to iPhone a few the Apple Watch and use multiplayer mode on the iPad. Read more about all the features of iOS 9.3 can be found here.
The final release of iOS 9.3 expected in March with the presentation 5se iPhone and iPad Air 3.