If you happen to’ve ever watched content material on Amazon’s Prime Video platform, you will need to have seen that tapping on the display reveals you some attention-grabbing details about the content material below the Basic Trivia part, alongside details about the solid that’s at present on the display. This characteristic is named X-Ray, which initially arrived on the Kindle e-book reader and is extraordinarily useful. Amazon is now bringing the X-Ray characteristic from Prime Video to its music streaming platform – Amazon Music.
The X-Ray characteristic is now obtainable globally in Amazon Music. I’ve examined it on a number of accounts right here in India, and it really works simply high-quality. As for the data supplied by the characteristic, you’ll find particulars such because the artist’s identify, author, producer, assistant engineer, artists behind every musical instrument, and much more. And naturally, you’ll get to know attention-grabbing trivia about songs. For instance, I acquired to know that Rob Zombie was the vocalist, author in addition to producer of the onerous rock tune Dragula.
The X-Ray characteristic on Amazon Music is neat! pic.twitter.com/H2WLXIwqTZ
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Relating to the characteristic, Amazon advised Engadget that X-Ray on Amazon Music will “supply a behind the scenes take a look at tune info, artists, and albums with entry to every little thing from enjoyable trivia to tune credit, associated content material, and extra.” To see particulars a few observe, simply search for the X-Ray button on the backside of the playback web page, supplied the requisite particulars can be found.
You may both faucet on the X-Ray button on the backside, or swipe up from anyplace on the playback web page to see the small print. Once you carry out both of the aforementioned actions, you’ll see a self-scrolling carousel of data identical to the credit on the finish of a film. The characteristic is kind of neat, and gained’t be compelled upon Amazon Music customers, not like Amazon Prime Video, the place the entire trivia and knowledge catalog seems on the left aspect of the display as quickly as you faucet on the display.