Who can still remember the games that were included with older iPods? Games like Parachute, Brick, Solitaire, and Music Quiz let you compete in pixel-based battles, break blocks, play cards, and test your knowledge of your iPod’s music collection. Of course, Apple has since stopped making the iPod, but they still seem to have difficulty moving on. Music Quiz is still available as a secret iPhone game.
Although it hasn’t been around forever, the hidden music quiz isn’t really new either. It was initially included in the iPhone by Apple in 2020 with iOS 14, not as a game but as a shortcut. The game was one of a few “Starter Shortcuts” designed to provide customers an overview of what was available with shortcuts (even though the app launched two years prior with iOS 12). In any case, I was unaware that there was a music quiz, so it doesn’t seem like the marketing strategy was entirely successful. Such a hidden element is always a welcome surprise when found.
How to play Apple’s hidden Music Quiz on your iPhone:-
Music Quiz should be available now on your iPhone if you haven’t already removed any shortcuts. You may search for it by typing “Music Quiz” into the spotlight search box after swiping down on the home or lock screen to bring it up, and then tapping the purple music icon that displays. If you already deleted it, you can also look for it by searching for “Music Quiz” in the Shortcuts app’s “Starter Shortcuts” folder.
You must add songs to your Music library in order to participate in the game. Any song, whether it was purchased from iTunes, added to your collection, or downloaded through Apple Music, will play. Your collection will be randomly selected songs for the five rounds of the game Music Quiz. Each round of the game will feature one song, and it is up to you to identify it from the list of song titles provided by Music Quiz.
For any Shortcuts tinkerers out there, take a look at how intricate this simple game is. You can see the entire build of the shortcut by tapping the (•••) icon on the Music Quiz tile. Developing the game clearly took Apple some time. Unfortunately, not many people appear to be aware of it.
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