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According to the report, the feature has not been extensively implemented and is presently only accessible to a small number of users.
Google-owned YouTube has begun rolling out a sleep timer’ feature to its music streaming service YouTube Music in San Francisco. According to 9to5Google, the feature is now available for songs at the foot of the app’s Now Playing auxiliary menu.
Those who like to fall slumber while listening to music could benefit from the sleep timer function.
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The benefit of the sleep timer feature is that the music player can autonomously cease playing after a period of time, allowing users to fall asleep without worrying about the continuous playback of music on the headphones or speakers.
According to the report, the feature has not been extensively implemented and is presently only accessible to a small number of users. Meanwhile, YouTube has begun rolling out the real-time lyrics feature to its Android and iOS music streaming service YouTube Music.
Some YouTube Music subscribers have reported that the feature is presently available; however, it is not extensively accessible to all users. It is comparable to the lyrics-in-real-time feature offered by other music streaming services, such as Spotify and Apple Music.
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