A new feature introduced by the iOS 14.5 beta is the ability to change the default music player used for Siri commands, similar to features already available to HomePod users. For some unknown reason, this option has been removed from iOS 14.5 beta 2, but Apple has re-enabled this option through iOS 14.5 beta 3 released today.
In addition to allowing users to set third-party email applications and web browsers as default settings, iOS 14 also includes options that can be used to change the default player for music, podcasts, and audiobooks on HomePod. Now, iPhones and iPads with iOS 1
When you ask Siri to play a song for the first time after installing iOS 14.5 beta, Apple’s virtual assistant will ask you which app you want to use. After clicking on one of the options, it will become the default option for the next command. This feature is suitable for applications such as Spotify, Pandora and Amazon Music.
We don’t know why Apple removed this feature from the second beta version of iOS 14.5, but now there is a third beta. Unfortunately, there is no option in the Settings app to change the default music app, so you must use Siri every time you want to set another app as the default app.
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