Apple Music has a new feature that makes it easier to find a particular version of an album.
Thanks to this new function, if there are several versions of the same album, then Music lists them in a section called “Other versions”. You'll find them just below the album song list.
note that this function was already present on the Beats Music streaming service, before its acquisition by Apple. For example, if you are going to see the Death Cab for Cutie page in Music, you will only see in the list a version of the album from the group called Transatlanticism, in order to avoid duplicates. However, as soon as you open this album, we will notice the “Other versions” section. This is where you will find the Dmo and Tenth Anniversary versions.
Looks like Apple has brought back one of the best features from Beats Music with Apple Music: Other Versions of the same album.
This section collects remasters, reissues, remixes, demos, deluxe editions, and explicit / clean versions of the same album. 💯 pic.twitter.com/0FrHmxkqsP
Federico Viticci (@viticci) February 18, 2020
While this is not revolutionary, it is interesting to note that Apple has made the decision to integrate it with its service. This allows albums to be viewed in a more orderly fashion.