YouTube Music has seen a lot of changes in recent years. Google is always working to improve the app in order to keep up with the likes of Spotify and Apple Music, who are both fierce competitors. Smaller adjustments may not be noticed, but larger ones might have a significant influence on how consumers interact with the app. However, the Explore tab may no longer be necessary as a result of its present implementation.
The “Explore” area at the bottom of the “Home” stream has been added to YouTube Music for Android and iOS, according to 9to5Google. Charts, moods & genres, and new releases are all accessible via the Explore tab’s newly added links. There is a good chance YouTube Music might do away with the Explore option. It’s possible that YouTube is repositioning its podcast section to take centre stage in order to compete with Apple and Spotify for consumer attention.
All things considered, it’s a fantastic idea to keep reducing clutter on YouTube Music. As long as users aren’t confused by redundancy, such as two exploring techniques that lead to the same items, this might lead to a better overall experience for everyone.