[Updated] SoundCloud loop or repeat button on iOS app missing? Here's the official word
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on Don’twritecurrentdate, year) follows:
SoundCloud is one of the most popular audio streaming and distribution platforms that allows users to upload, promote, and share music and podcasts.
And as per reports, the platform’s revenue recently rose 19%. This seemingly bears testimony to the fact that it is indeed thriving in large part.
However, we previously witnessed how an iOS update broke the ‘Shuffle’ button on the SoundCloud app.
SoundCloud loop button missing on iOS app
SOUNDCLOUD GOT RID OF THE ABILITY TO PLAYA SONG ON REPEAT ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!?$?!????!!?
THERES NO REPEAT FEATURE ON SOUNDCLOUD???? ARE YOU FUCKIGN KIDDING ME??? deleting the app.
Reports suggest that the button is not accessible after the recent update, and it shows the ‘Next Up Queue’ feature instead.
It seems that the developers have moved the repeat button on iOS into the Queue feature. It’ll help users access it all from the same screen.
However, some users are not happy with this as they were seemingly clueless about this change. This ultimately has led them into believing that the repeat feature is now gone for good.
But the fact remains that it has only been moved to the most-requested ‘Next Up queue’ feature.
We’ve also moved the repeat button on iOS into your queue so you can access it all from the same screen.
Given that some are not very pleased with the change, it’ll still be interesting to note whether the team puts the button back to its previous spot or not.
That said, we’ll keep tabs on the latest developments and update this article to reflect noteworthy information. So stay tuned to PiunikaWeb for more related information.
Update 1 (January 20, 2023)
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