Siri can no longer rate songs in the Music app

As of iOS 15, Siri no longer allows you to rate songs in the Music app. Previously, when playing a song, you could ask the assistant ” Mets [tant d’] stars of this song “. Unfortunately, this is no longer possible without really knowing why.

Siri is still very practical.

Testimonials on Reddit and Apple’s support forums confirm that Siri has lost the ability to rate songs. The beta of iOS 15.1, iOS 15.2 or iOS 15.3 does not change this. Is this really a bug or is it Apple’s desire to let this ranking surface?

In any case, it’s always possible to rate a song on iOS with the touch of a button Big Bazaar Option (If you haven’t done so, first go to Settings music to activate the option star rating) On macOS, all you have to do is skip a note when the cursor hovers over the song name in list mode, or even by displaying information (⌘)i) of the title.

Stars have been present in the Music app since iOS 8, but they were gone with iOS 10 before Apple reinstated them after public outcry (which was the case with iOS 10.2).

The option to leave thumbs-up (“likes”) and thumbs-down (“less similar suggestions”) still exists, but is mainly used to refine Apple Music’s suggestions. The feature of Stars is that they can be used in Smart Playlists, which unfortunately is still the preserve of the macOS version of Music. However, the Shortcuts application allows you to retrieve ranking data.

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Prone to fits of apathy. Music specialist. Extreme food enthusiast. Amateur problem solver.

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