How To Use Apple Music Sing?

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iOS 16.2 on iPhones and iPadOS 16.2 on iPads gained a few features and upgrades over the predecessors. One of the features that have been added is Apple Music Sing, a karaoke-based mode for Apple Music. It lets you perform karaoke on Apple Music while enjoying features like vocal volume adjustments and real-time lyrics.

Once you set the new karaoke-style mode in motion, it shows you animated real-time lyrics that change with the vocals and the rhythm of the song as usual. Users get a first-hand experience in this style where they can lower vocals to keep their voices dominant.

Apple Music Sing shows lines that make it easier for readers to stay on a perfect course with the song. You can enter a duet mode if there is more than one participant. Songs with multiple vocals will display lyrics on either sides of the screen to make it easier for other people to contribute and enjoy.

How To Use Apple Music Sing on iPhone or iPad?

With the onset of iOS 16.2 on iPhones and iPadOS 16.2 on iPad, you gain the functionality to leverage it on your device. You have to upgrade to this version via Settings >> General >> Software Update to get your hands on the feature. Once you have it, here’s how to actually use Apple Music Sing on iPhone/iPad.

Step #1: First up, open the Apple Music app on your device.
Step #2: Search for a song on Apple Music or check out the all-new “Sing” category on the search page. You get access to two new playlists that have karaoke mode i.e. “Sing the Hits” and “Sing-Along Essentials”.
Step #3: Scroll through the songs and find the one that you want to play. Hit ‘Play’ and viola, you should get to the Now Playing tab.
Step #4: Tap on the ‘Lyrics’ button. You will see all the lyrics on the screen.
Step #5: Next, find and tap on the ‘Sing’ button denoted by a microphone and stars located on the right side.
Step #6: Once it is activated, you can sing along in karaoke mode on your Apple Music Sign. You can adjust vocals volume, get real-time lyrics, and enter duet mode if you are more than one and more.


As aforementioned, you will need iOS 16.2 on your iPhone 11 or newer models. There are iPadOS 16.2 on iPad 9,10, iPad mini 6, iPad Air 4,5, and M1, and M2 iPad Pro models that are eligible for Apple Music Sing. At the moment, the app doesn’t supports songs without real-time lyrics. It remains to be seen when and if Apple adds the support.

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