How to View Apple Music Song Credits in iOS 17 on iPhone and iPad 

Especially while listening to a trending song that’s leading the chart, I have the habit of checking the names of everyone who is involved in creating and producing the song. Whether it’s getting to know the singer, giving a close look at the sound engineer, or marveling at the lyrics, I love to keep a tab on the song credits. Unfortunately, this feature has long been conspicuous by its absence in Apple Music until iOS 17. Read on as I’m going to show you how to view Apple Music song credits in iOS 17 on iPhone and iPad. 

Check Apple Music Song Credits in iOS 17 on iPhone and iPad 

To begin with, ensure that your iPhone or iPad is running iOS 17 or later as it’s a must-have requirement. If your device hasn’t been updated yet, dive into the Settings app -> General -> Software Update. After that, wait for at least 5/10 seconds to allow the device to check for the available software update.

Once it shows the update, download and install the iOS 17 software update on your iPhone or iPad. Keep in mind that updating software requires your device to have at least 50% battery life. And your device needs at least 20% battery to kickstart the software update while being connected to a power source.

What Sort of Song Credits Do You Get to See in Apple Music?

Depending on the availability, you will be able to view the following song credit details in Apple’s music-streaming app:

  • Performing artists
  • Composition & Lyrics
  • Production & Engineering

See Song Credits in Apple Music on iOS and iPadOS

  • To get started, open the Apple Music app on your iPhone or iPad. 
  • In the Apple Music app, find the song which credits you would like to view. 
  • Once you have found the song, hit the triple-dot icon next to it. 
Hit the triple dot icon
  • Choose “View Credits” in the contextual menu that appears. 
  • You will now be taken to the song credits screen where you can view the details. 
  • Subject to availability, you can see the performing artists, composition & lyrics as well as production & engineering. 
  • Moreover, on this very screen, you can also check the available audio quality such as Lossless and Dolby Atmos.
  • Additionally, the option to view the lyrics of a song can also be done right from this very screen. Check out the View Lyrics button at the top. 
Check the Apple Music song credits on iPhone and iPad

Frequently Asked Questions 

1. Why is Apple Music freezing and crashing? 

More often than not, the random crashing and freezing issue related to an app is related to the outdated version of the app. Thus, you can fix it by updating the app. In this case, try updating the software on your iPhone to get rid of this issue. 

2. Is Apple Music better than Spotify? 

If you prefer louder, brighter, and better sound quality, Apple Music is your better bet. However, if you are fond of a more intuitive user interface and also love more customization, Spotify should be your preferred choice. 

3. Can you delete Apple Music on iPhone or iPad? 

If you don’t need the Apple Music app, you can delete it on your iPhone or iPad. Just touch and hold onto the app icon -> Remove -> Delete App and confirm the deletion of the music app. 

4. Can Apple Music ever surpass Spotify to become the leading music-streaming app across platforms? 

Though there’s no denying the fact that Apple Music has come a long way, it still can’t take on Spotify on all fronts. On top of all; while Spotify is available for free so long as you don’t mind ads, using Apple Music requires you to dole out money – which is not something that everyone wants. 

While anything can happen tomorrow, I don’t think there is any threat to the numero uno status of Spotify – at least in the near future.

Read more: 21 Best Tips & Tricks to Use iPhone StandBy Mode in iOS 17 Like a Pro

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Rajesh Mishra

Co-founder/Editor-in-Chief: Rajesh Mishra (Your beloved “R.K” 360 Reader Voice) is a Shakespearean poet at heart who turned a tech nerd while having a secret rendezvous with iPhone 4. When that rendezvous turned obsession, he let go of his hard-core political journalism in favour of the lifelong love-affair with technology. In a career spanning one and a half decades, Mr. Mishra has crafted over 8K articles and around 2K YouTube videos. He is probably the only journalist alive with this unique achievement. When he is not at his desk, you may find him either engrossed in a Deathmatch or chasing Wordsworth!

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