The "Now Playing" gradient design is still in the testing phase and is not yet available to all users.
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YouTube Music is introducing a change to its “Now Playing” screen. This new design features a gradient background that adapts to the tone of the album cover, darkening at the bottom and lightening towards the top.
This update not only brings an appealing aesthetic but also improves the visibility of the control buttons in white for play, pause, skip, shuffle, and repeat. Additionally, the interface has been streamlined by removing the tabs for “Up Next,” “Lyrics,” and “Related.”
Currently in Testing Phase and Available to Select Users Only
The revamped design has also done away with the pull-up indicator, which used to signify the ability to swipe up for the playlist. However, you can still swipe up to view upcoming songs.
While the gradient design for “Now Playing” is still in the testing phase and not available to all users, YouTube Music is working on it with a select group of users on the Android platform.
The exact implementation date for the general audience has not been confirmed yet. This update aims to make the “Now Playing” experience more vibrant and user-friendly for all music enthusiasts.