Apple Music music app users will soon be able to read their favorite songs list on their Apple devices.
The company confirmed to AppleInsider that the feature will be available as an option in the upcoming iOS 11 beta, which will be released to users of the Mac and iOS devices later this year.
Apple Music already lets users access the playlist listing with a few taps on their iPhone or iPad, but now the company is also offering an iOS 11-specific feature.
The app has long offered a “search for your music” feature that lets users browse and find the songs they want to hear on any Apple device.
Apple’s Music app lets users find songs by artist name, song title, and song track name.
The current feature also allows users to search by genre, title, album, and track.
With the new feature, Apple will be able expand the feature to all of its iOS 11 iOS 11 devices.
AppleInsiders contacted Apple Music to confirm the feature would be available in the next iOS 11 update, but a spokesperson did not immediately respond.
While the feature is only available in iOS 11, the feature could also be used on future iOS 11 hardware.
The iOS 11 developer preview released last week showed a feature that allows users who have recently purchased a new iPhone or iPads to view their iTunes music library, which can be accessed from the Home screen.
Apple has said it will add the feature in the final iOS 11.2 beta, but that the final version will be “a little different” than the one shown in the preview.