It sticks to old outdated design patterns making using the service unpleasure. There is no efficient way to menage music, create playlists or try popular songs. You’re unable to easily add two or more songs to your playlist at once, or to simply play “Hot tracks” as one playlist. This awkward separation of service library and my own music collection is my main problem with Apple Music design. But there is another. It not-so-social as it want to be.
I got emotional watching that shot, not because I was particularly invested in the result of the game, but because of how women’s sports have evolved in just the last twenty years. You see, I grew up idolizing Rebecca Lobo and Mia Hamm, legends in basketball and soccer respectively. But outside of the Olympics and the NCAA Women’s Championship, it was pretty hard to watch those women compete live. Simply put, the number of women playing sports was growing in spades, alongside their raw talent. But it still felt like female athletes were the opening act or the side show, never the main event.