It has been just one month since Apple rolls out Dolby Atmos spatial audio to its iOS users worldwide. And now, Apple has decided to share its super cool feature with Android users as well. This week Apple has rolled out the spatial audio and the lossless quality streaming to all Android devices.
Similar to iOS, Apple suggests that in order to enable the lossless streaming feature, users should use a Digital Audio Signal. Without this external hardware, you won’t be able to listen to the lossless audio. Whereas for the spatial audio feature, Apple says that the Android smartphone needs to support Dolby Atmos. This means, without the Dolby Atmos option in the Apple Music settings page, then you won’t be able to try the spatial audio feature.
What is spatial audio?
To those of you who haven’t heard of Apple’s spatial audio, spatial audio is part of the Dolby Atmos feature. By enabling the spatial audio feature, you will be able to hear sounds out of the world. For example, we have tried the spatial audio feature for Apple Music recently. To be honest, we can hear all the instrument sounds clear as if, the musicians are playing the instruments right beside us themselves.
In conclusion, if you are an Android user and using a smartphone that supports Dolby Atmos, then don’t miss the chance to try Apple’s spatial audio feature in the Apple Music library. Download the Apple Music from Google Play Store now.