There are many apps that with the arrival of iOS 14 have updated their appearance to accommodate new visual possibilities, as well as to allow home screen widgets, app clips And much more.
Now if you want to personalize your Apple Music screen with some widgets music, your option should be to use Marvis Pro, an app that focuses precisely on that, giving you the freedom to customize the official Apple Music app.
Next, we’ll see how you can manage the drive by gesturing or shaking your iPhone, something great if you don’t want your phone screen to constantly turn on.
Custom wallpaper with transparencies
Marvis Pro will give you near absolute control over your music library. You can view playlists by songs or albums, as well as sort them according to the setting you prefer.
From the start, it is possible to customize the background of the main screen, that of the mini player, as well as that of the main player. You can choose a fixed color or use the artwork from the album currently playing.
The app itself includes a collection of predetermined backgrounds that you can change based on fixed colors, color schemes, and more. You can also set a background with transparencies, one of the latest innovations implemented.
Different widget modes and sizes
With the update from months ago, there are several widgets available for the Home screen of any device compatible with iOS 14 or iPadOS 14. Remember that Apple Music offers a widget reproduction with three different sizes.
Check the what’s new in iOS 14 in terms of interface, widgets and application clips.
If you choose to use Marvis Pro, the possibilities go much further, with a dedicated “Play Now” widget that lets you view the album of what’s playing at all times.
You will also find the widget of ‘section’ which allows you to configure exactly what you want to see. You can change the appearance and select the recently played albums, playlists or songs to display in the widget.
It is clear that the Apple Music API limits some functionality that Marvis could go further otherwise. But the news that this app brings if you are users of the Apple music platform, goes far beyond what we know about the Apple service.
Gesture control interface
The application has interesting functions, such as the possibility of integrating gestures into the navigation bar. Something really cool is the ‘when you shake’ gesture with options to choose what action we want it to do when you shake the iPhone.
You can apply it to functions like pause, play, skip song, rewind or activate search by associating it with motion. This is especially useful when you are walking on the street or on public transport and do not want to activate the mobile screen.
If you click on the song title, you can also rate it or indicate if you like it, and with a double tap you can see the full album that it belongs to. If you are one of those people who use the iPhone in landscape mode, no problem, because Marvis Pro adapts.
Using the iPad is particularly relevant here, where with its much larger screen size, you can get the most out of the Marvis Pro app. If you are one of those people who uses a keyboard with your iPad, there is also support for keyboard shortcuts.
Application Marvis Pro It is available in the App Store for $ 6.99. If you don’t have an Apple Music subscription, you can also search and browse content to play up to 30 seconds preview of all songs available on the platform.
We have a special show on How to Use Apple Music: Tips and Tricks.