CN111831190B - Music application program control method and device and electronic equipment - Google Patents

Music application program control method and device and electronic equipment Download PDF

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CN111831190B
CN111831190B CN202010665079.5A CN202010665079A CN111831190B CN 111831190 B CN111831190 B CN 111831190B CN 202010665079 A CN202010665079 A CN 202010665079A CN 111831190 B CN111831190 B CN 111831190B
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Abstract

The application discloses a music application program control method and device and electronic equipment, and belongs to the technical field of communication. The method comprises the following steps: receiving a first input of a user to a music control, wherein the music control is used for controlling M music application programs; in response to the first input, controlling the music control to execute a target function of a first music application; wherein the M music applications include the first music application, M being an integer greater than 1. According to the music control method and the music control device, the M music application programs can be controlled through one music control, the problems that a user needs to use functions of different music application programs or a music library and is complex in operation and time-consuming are solved, the user operation is simplified, and the operation efficiency is improved.

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Music application program control method and device and electronic equipment
Technical Field
The application belongs to the technical field of communication, and particularly relates to a music application program control method and device and electronic equipment.
Background
With the development of electronic devices, most electronic devices have music applications for playing music, singing songs, sharing music, and the like. At present, electronic equipment can be equipped with its own music player (such as a music player provided by an electronic equipment developer), and can also be installed with music application programs provided by other suppliers, so as to realize the use of more music resources. However, since there are differences in music libraries, functions, and the like corresponding to different music applications, there may be a case where a user needs to switch different music applications to meet different functional requirements, or there may also be a case where a plurality of pieces of music that the user needs to use comes from different music libraries; for example: the first music to be played by the user originates from a first music library associated with the first music application, and the second music to be played by the user originates from a second music library associated with the second music application. In the above case, the user's usual way of operation is: and starting a first music application program to search the first music for playing, and starting a second music application program to search the second music for playing. The above operations of switching, searching, and the like between these different music applications are cumbersome and time-consuming.
Disclosure of Invention
An embodiment of the present invention provides a method and an apparatus for controlling a music application, and an electronic device, which can solve the problem that when a user uses a plurality of functions of the music application or a music library, the operation is complicated and time-consuming.
In order to solve the technical problem, the present application is implemented as follows:
in a first aspect, an embodiment of the present application provides a music application program control method, where the method includes:
receiving a first input of a user to a music control, wherein the music control is used for controlling M music application programs;
in response to the first input, controlling the music control to execute a target function of a first music application;
wherein the M music applications include the first music application, M being an integer greater than 1.
In a second aspect, an embodiment of the present application provides a music application control apparatus, including:
the device comprises a first receiving module, a first control module and a second receiving module, wherein the first receiving module is used for receiving a first input of a user to a music control, and the music control is used for controlling M music application programs;
a first response module for controlling the music control to execute a target function of a first music application in response to the first input;
wherein the M music applications include the first music application, M being an integer greater than 1.
In a third aspect, an embodiment of the present application provides an electronic device, which includes a processor, a memory, and a program or instructions stored on the memory and executable on the processor, and when executed by the processor, the program or instructions implement the steps of the method according to the first aspect.
In a fourth aspect, embodiments of the present application provide a computer-readable storage medium, on which a program or instructions are stored, which when executed by a processor implement the steps of the method according to the first aspect.
In a fifth aspect, an embodiment of the present application provides a chip, where the chip includes a processor and a communication interface, where the communication interface is coupled to the processor, and the processor is configured to execute a program or instructions to implement the method according to the first aspect.
In the embodiment of the application, the first input of the user to the music control is received, and the music control is controlled to execute the target function of the first music application program in response to the first input, so that the M music application programs can be controlled through one music control, and the problems of complex operation and time consumption when the user needs to use the functions of different music application programs or a music library are solved, thereby simplifying the user operation and improving the operation efficiency.
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Fig. 1 is a flowchart of a music application control method according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 2 is one of schematic diagrams of a music control of an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 3 is a second schematic diagram of a music control according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 4 is a schematic diagram of a music control according to an embodiment of the present application after expansion;
FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram of a music control of an embodiment of the present application in a first display mode;
fig. 6 is an operational diagram of a third music application controlled by adding a music control according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 7 is a third schematic diagram of a music control according to an embodiment of the present application;
fig. 8 is a block diagram of a music application control apparatus according to an embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 9 is a block diagram of an electronic device of an embodiment of the application;
fig. 10 is a hardware configuration diagram of an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present application.
Detailed Description
The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present application will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the drawings in the embodiments of the present application, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are some, but not all, embodiments of the present application. All other embodiments, which can be derived by a person skilled in the art from the embodiments given herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present application.
The terms first, second and the like in the description and in the claims of the present application are used for distinguishing between similar elements and not necessarily for describing a particular sequential or chronological order. It will be appreciated that the data so used may be interchanged under appropriate circumstances such that embodiments of the application may be practiced in sequences other than those illustrated or described herein, and that the terms "first," "second," and the like are generally used herein in a generic sense and do not limit the number of terms, e.g., the first term can be one or more than one. In addition, the character "/" in the specification generally indicates that the preceding and following related objects are in an "or" relationship.
The music application program control method provided by the embodiment of the present application is described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings through specific embodiments and application scenarios thereof.
As shown in fig. 1, an embodiment of the present application provides a music application program control method, including:
step 11: a first input of a user to a music control is received, wherein the music control is used to control M music applications.
Optionally, the M music applications may be controlled by one music control by pre-establishing an association relationship between the music control and the M music applications. For example: the incidence relation between the music control and the M music application programs can be established through an interface in the music control, and the music control can execute the application functions of the M music application programs in a mode of calling the program data of the M music application programs through the music control.
Alternatively, the application functions that execute the M music applications may include, but are not limited to: starting a target interface of an application program, exiting the application program, playing music, pausing playing, switching a previous song, switching a next song, searching, setting, managing a collected song list and the like.
Step 12: in response to the first input, controlling the music control to execute a target function of a first music application; wherein the M music applications include the first music application, M being an integer greater than 1.
Alternatively, the first music application may be any one of the M music applications. That is, the music control may control one music application program of the M music application programs, or may control at least two music application programs of the M music application programs, for example: the music control may control one of the music application programs to play music and control another music application control to download music, and the like, which is not limited in this embodiment of the application. Optionally, the music widget is a composite multifunctional widget, that is, the music widget may control M music applications, and may also execute functions of different music applications, and the like.
Alternatively, the target function of executing the first music application may be: starting a target interface of the application program, exiting the application program, playing music, pausing playing, switching the previous song, switching the next song, searching, setting, managing the collected song list and the like. For example: taking a play function as an example, that is, the first input may be a first input for playing target music, and the step 12 may specifically include: in response to the first input, the music control may call program data related to a playing function in a first music application, so as to execute a function of playing target music corresponding to the first music application.
In the embodiment of the application, the first input of the user to the music control is received, and the first input is responded to control the music control to execute the target function of the first music application program, so that the M music application programs can be controlled through one music control, the problems that the operation is complex and time-consuming when the user needs to use the functions of different music application programs or a music library are solved, the user operation is simplified, and the operation efficiency is improved.
In addition, the M music application programs are controlled through one music control, so that the music control can call the music library resources corresponding to at least two music application programs, the problems that when the music library resources corresponding to different music application programs are different, a user uses music in different music libraries, the operation is complicated and time is wasted are solved, the operation process of the user when the user uses the music resources related to different music application programs is simplified, and the operation efficiency is improved.
Optionally, before receiving the first input, a display mode of the music control is a second display mode, where the second display mode is a preset display mode, or a display mode in which the second display mode is associated with a second music application, and the second music application is a music application controlled by the music control before receiving the first input;
after the step of receiving the first input of the music control by the user, the method may further include:
updating a display mode of the music control to a first display mode in response to the first input;
wherein the first display mode is a display mode associated with the first music application; the first music application is the music application controlled by the music control after receiving the first input.
Alternatively, the preset display mode may be a default display mode of the system, for example, a display mode corresponding to a music control preset by the system. For example: under the condition that the music control is currently in the preset mode, if a first input for executing a target function of a first music application program is received, responding to the first input, and switching the display mode of the music control from the preset display mode to a first display mode associated with the first music application program.
For another example: under the condition that the music control is currently in a display mode associated with a second music application program, if a first input for executing a target function of a first music application program is received, responding to the first input, and switching the display mode of the music control from the display mode associated with the second music application program to the first display mode associated with the first music application program.
Optionally, different display modes correspond to different display parameters of the music control. Alternatively, the display parameters may include, but are not limited to: interface styles, such as: interface color, interface pattern, button color, button pattern, button shape, font, button arrangement, etc.; interface elements, such as: a play/pause button, a previous song button, a next song button, at least one button type in a currently played music display window, whether lyrics are displayed, and the like.
Optionally, the style, color, control style, and the like of the music control may be switched following the style, color, control style, and the like associated with the music application currently controlled by the music control, such as: when the music control currently controls the music application program A, the style of the music control is switched to the style A, the color is switched to the classical green, and the style of the control is switched to the control style A; when the music control is switched to control the music application program B, the style of the music control is switched to style B, the color is switched to classic red, and the control style is switched to control style B.
In the embodiment of the application, the display mode of the music control is controlled to follow the display mode associated with the music application program currently controlled by the music control is updated, the diversity of the display effect of the music control is ensured, the music application program currently controlled by the music control can be conveniently known by a user through the current display mode of the music control, and the display mode of the music control is kept consistent with the display mode associated with the currently controlled music application program, so that the user can operate the control more smoothly.
Optionally, the music widget may include M application identifiers, where one application identifier is associated with one music application.
Wherein, the application identification is used for indicating the music application program controllable by the music control. The application identification may also be used for a user to switch the input interface of the music application currently controlled by the music control.
As an implementation manner, as shown in fig. 2, in a preset first display state, the music control 21 may display M application identifiers 201, such as identifiers 1 and 2 in fig. 2; certainly, the number of the application identifiers in the music control is not limited to this, and the number of the application identifiers in the music control is related to the number of the music application programs controlled by the music control; or, the music control may display a preset number of application identifiers 201, for example, 3 application identifiers, but when the number of music application programs controlled by the current music control is 5, 3 application identifiers may be displayed in the current music control, and the other 2 hidden application identifiers are displayed by sliding the music control; the music control can also comprise function buttons, such as: play, pause, previous track, next track, etc. (not shown in the drawings), which are not limited in the embodiments of the present application.
In the embodiment of the application, by directly displaying the M application identifiers 201 in the music control 21, a user can directly know the music application program currently controlled by the music control 21, and directly perform an operation of switching the music application program currently controlled by the music control 21.
As another implementation manner, as shown in fig. 3, the music control 31 may not display the application identifier in the preset second display state, for example, the state identifier 301 may be displayed in the music control, for example, the state identifier 301 may be used to indicate at least one of a music application controlled by the current music control, a state of a currently controlled music application, and music information played by the currently controlled music application; the type of the state identifier 301 may be a text identifier, a symbol identifier, an image identifier, or the like, for example: the state identifier 301 may be a text identifier indicating a name of a music application currently controlled by the music control, or may also be a picture identifier indicating an icon of the currently controlled music application, and the like, which is not limited in this embodiment of the application.
Optionally, the music control 31 may further include function buttons, such as: play/pause button 302, previous song button, next song button, etc. (not shown in the drawings), which are not limited in the embodiments of the present application.
Further, a fourth input of the state identifier 301 by the user is received, for example, the fourth input may be a long-press input of the state identifier 301 by the user, where the long-press input refers to an input that an operation duration exceeds a preset threshold; in response to the fourth input, expanding the music control 31, the expanded music control 31 comprising an application identification display area 303, as shown in fig. 4; the application identifier display area 303 includes M application identifiers 304, such as identifier 1, identifier 2, and identifier 3 in fig. 4; of course, the number of application identifiers in the music control 31 is not limited to this, and the number of application identifiers 304 in the music control 31 is related to the number of music applications controlled by the music control 31; alternatively, the music control 31 may display a preset number of application identifiers 304, such as 3, but when the number of music applications controlled by the current music control is 5, 3 of the application identifiers may be displayed in the current music control, and the hidden 2 application identifiers are switched to be displayed by sliding the music control.
In the embodiment of the present application, in the second display state of the music control 31, the application identifier may not be displayed, and it can be ensured that the display interface of the music control 31 is simplified when the number of music applications that can be currently controlled by the music control 31 is large.
Optionally, in a case that the music control includes M application identifiers, the step of receiving a first input of the music control by a user may specifically include:
receiving a first input of a user to a first application identifier in the M application identifiers; wherein the first application identification is associated with the first music application.
In the embodiment of the application, the music control includes M application identifiers, so that a user can directly know a music application program which can be currently controlled by the music control, and through a first input to any one of the M application identifiers, for example: the music application program controlled by the music control can be switched by touch input of any one application identifier in the M application identifiers, wherein the touch input comprises preset input such as click input and long-time press input for switching the music application program controlled by the music control, and the like, so that the music application program controlled by the music control can be conveniently switched by a user; and then when the music application program currently controlled by the music control is switched, the display mode of the music control is updated along with the currently controlled music application program, so that the diversity of the display effect of the music control is ensured, and a user can conveniently know the currently controlled music application program of the music control through the current display mode of the music control.
For example: the music control currently controls the music application program A, and when first input of an application identifier associated with the music application program B by a user is received, the music control is switched to control the music application program B in response to the first input; optionally, when the music control is switched to control the music application B, the display mode of the music control may also be switched to the display mode associated with the music application B.
Further, in response to a first input by the user to a first application identification of the M application identifications, the display mode of the music control is updated to a first display mode.
For example: the first display mode is shown in fig. 5, wherein the music control 51 may include a state identifier 501 in the first display mode, for example, the state identifier 501 may be used to indicate at least one of a music application controlled by the current music control, a state of a currently controlled music application, and music information played by the currently controlled music application; the status identifier 501 may further include: a play/pause button 502, a previous song button 503, a next song button 504, etc., which are not limited in the embodiments of the present application.
Optionally, in a case that the music control includes M application identifiers, the step of receiving a first input of the music control by a user may specifically include: receiving a first input of a user to a first application identifier in the M application identifiers; wherein the first application identification is associated with the first music application.
The step of controlling the music control to execute the target function of the first music application in response to the first input may specifically include: and responding to the first input, and controlling the music control to play the target music of the first music application program.
For example: and receiving a first input of a user for receiving a first application identifier in the M application identifiers, responding to the first input, calling first program data in a first music application program associated with the first application identifier by the music control, and playing the target music by the user through the first program data, so that the music control can execute a function of playing the target music of the first music application program.
Optionally, the target music may be all music in a preset music list corresponding to the first music application, for example, the music in the preset music list is played in sequence; or the target music may also be a music in a first music library corresponding to the first music application, which is not limited in this embodiment of the application.
According to the embodiment of the application, the corresponding music application program can be rapidly controlled to play music through the application identification in the music control, and rapid switching and control among a plurality of music application programs are achieved on the basis that a user can visually know the music application program to be controlled in the music space.
Optionally, when the music control is controlled to play the target music of the first music application, music information, such as a music name, lyrics, singer information, and the like, may be displayed in a preset area of the music control, where the preset area may be a display area at a lower side edge of the display screen, or a display area at an upper side edge of the display screen, or a display area below the music control, or a display area above the music control, and the like. Alternatively, the user may select the music information to be displayed or hidden.
Optionally, an arrangement order of the M music applications controlled by the music control may be preset, and the specific arrangement order may be an addition order of the music applications, a user-defined order, a random order, or the like, and the embodiment of the present application is not particularly limited.
The step of receiving a first input of the music control by the user may specifically include: and receiving a first sliding input of a user to the first preset area of the music control along a first direction. For example: the first slide input may be a slide input that slides to the right within a first preset region of the music control. The preset area may be an area of the music control except for an area where the identifier, the button, and the like are located.
The step of controlling the music control to execute the target function of the first music application in response to the first input may specifically include: in response to the first sliding input, the music control switches from controlling the target function of the second music application to controlling the target function of the first music application. Wherein the second music application precedes the first music application in the ranking order of the M music applications.
Further, after the music control is switched from controlling the target function of the second music application to controlling the target function of the first music application, receiving a first sliding input of the user to the first preset area of the music control along the first direction again, and responding to the first sliding input again, and switching the music control from controlling the target function of the first music application to controlling the target function of the third music application. Wherein a third music application is located after the first music application in the arrangement order of the M music applications. Optionally, when M is greater than 3, the control of switching the music control over the M music applications may be analogized in the above manner, and details are not described here.
Optionally, the step of receiving a first input of the music control by the user may further specifically include: and receiving a second sliding input of the user to the first preset area of the music control along a second direction. For example: the second slide input may be a slide input that slides to the left within a first preset region of the music control. The preset area may be an area of the music control except for an area where the identifier, the button, and the like are located.
The step of controlling the music control to execute the target function of the first music application in response to the first input may specifically include: in response to the second swipe input, the music control switches from controlling the target function of the second music application to controlling the target function of the first music application. Wherein the second music application is located after the first music application in the arrangement order of the M music applications.
Further, after the music control is switched from controlling the target function of the second music application to controlling the target function of the first music application, receiving a second sliding input of the user to the first preset area of the music control along the second direction, and responding to the second sliding input again, and switching the music control from controlling the target function of the first music application to controlling the target function of the third music application. Wherein the third music application precedes the first music application in the ranking order of the M music applications. Optionally, when M is greater than 3, the control of switching the music control over the M music applications may be analogized in the above manner, and details are not described here.
In the embodiment of the application, through sliding input in the first preset area of the music control, the music application program currently controlled by the music control can be directly switched, and occupation of interface resources of the music control due to the fact that the application identifier is set in the music control to switch the music application program currently controlled by the music control can be reduced. And the music application program currently controlled by the music control is switched by sliding input in the first preset area of the music control, and the problem of possible misoperation of marks or buttons and the like in the music control is also avoided.
Optionally, in a case that the music control includes M application identifiers, the step of receiving a first input of the music control by a user may specifically include: receiving a first input of a user to a first application identifier of the M application identifiers under a condition that the music control plays target music in a second music library of a second music application program.
The step of controlling the music control to execute the target function of the first music application in response to the first input may specifically include:
in response to the first input, controlling the music control to play the target music in a first music library of the first music application.
For example: under the condition that the music control plays target music in a second music library of a second music application program, receiving double-click input of a user to a first application identifier in the M application identifiers, and recording music information of the currently played target music, wherein the music information comprises at least one of a music name, a singer name and a playing progress of a target moment; and responding to the double-click input, calling program data in a first music application program according to the music information of the target music, searching a target song matched with the music information of the target music in a first music library associated with the first music application program by a user through the program data, and playing the target music in the first music library of the first music application program.
Optionally, the target music in the first music library and the target music in the second music library are the same song, wherein the target music in the first music library and the target music in the second music library may be at least one of different playing rights, different versions of songs, different sound qualities, and the like.
Optionally, when the music information includes a playing progress of a target moment, when the music control is switched to play the target music in the first music library of the first music application, the target music may be continuously played according to the playing progress of the target moment, so as to ensure continuity of music playing.
Optionally, the playing progress of the target moment may be a final moment at which the target music in the second music library is authorized to be played, or the playing progress of the target moment may be a moment at which the first input is received, or a moment at which the music control plays the target music in the first music library of the first music application, and the like, which is not limited in this embodiment of the application.
In the embodiment of the application, when the music control is switched to control the music application program, the continuous playing of the currently played target music can be ensured, the interruption of the played target music is avoided, and the music playing effect is improved. Specifically, when the complete target music resource may not exist in the second music library associated with the second music application, if the complete target music resource exists in the first music library associated with the first music application, the target music in the first music library of the first music application may be directly switched to be played through the music control, so that joint use and rapid switching of music library resources corresponding to multiple music applications are realized, and continuous and complete playing of the target music may also be ensured.
Optionally, in a case that the music control includes M application identifiers, the method may further include:
receiving a second input of a user to a second application identifier in the M application identifiers;
and responding to the second input, deleting the second application identification in the music control, and closing the control function of the music control on a second music application program associated with the second application identification.
In the embodiment of the application, the corresponding application identifier can be deleted by second input of any application identifier in the M application identifiers, so that the association between the music control and the music application program corresponding to the application identifier is released, namely, the control function of the music control on the second music application program associated with the second application identifier is closed, the rapid release of the association between the music control and the music application program is realized, the association is released by operating the application icon, a user can be ensured to more directly know the music application program to be released, and the user operation is facilitated. And the method is also beneficial to ensuring that a user can flexibly perform custom management on the music application program to be controlled by the music control after the music control is generated, and avoiding the complicated operation of regenerating the music control.
Optionally, before the step of receiving the first input of the music control by the user, the method may further include:
receiving a second input of the N music application icons from the user;
responding to the second input, and acquiring preset program data of N music application programs corresponding to the N music application icons;
generating a music control based on preset program data of the N music application programs; wherein N is an integer greater than 1.
Alternatively, the preset program data may be preset program data of all or part of the application functions corresponding to the respective music applications, for example: the music control needs to execute the playing function of the first music application program, and then calls program data related to the playing function of the first music application program, and the music control needs to execute the karaoke function of the second music application program, then calls program data related to the karaoke function of the second music application program, and the like.
Optionally, the Interface with the third-party service may be implemented by an Android Interface Definition Language (AIDL) cross-process communication manner, such as: and realizing the butt joint of the music control and the music application program of the third-party service.
Alternatively, the program data of the application function of the music application invoked by the music control may be the same or different for different music applications, for example: the music control may respectively call program data related to the playing functions of the first music application program and the second music application program, or the music control calls program data related to the playing function of the first music application program and calls program data related to the karaoke function of the second music application program.
Optionally, the program data of the application function of the music application program invoked by the music control may be customized by a user, or determined by default settings of the system, which is not limited in this embodiment of the application.
Optionally, as an implementation: the receiving of the second input of the user to the at least two music application icons may include:
receiving second input of a user for moving N-1 music application icons to a first area where a target music application icon is located, wherein the target music application icon is one of the N music application icons, and the N-1 music application icons are all music application icons except the target music application icon in the N music application icons.
For example: and under the condition that N is equal to 2, the user can select one music application icon, drag the music application icon to a first area where the other music application icon is located, and determine that the second input is received when the user releases the finger, so that a music control is generated in response to the second input, and is used for controlling the music application programs associated with the two music application icons.
For another example: and under the condition that N is greater than 2, the user can select N-1 music application icons in sequence, drag the N-1 music application icons to the first area where the target music application icon is located in sequence, and determine that the second input is received after the user releases the fingers and reaches a preset time length, so that a music control is generated in response to the second input and is used for controlling the music application programs associated with the N music application icons.
Another example is: and under the condition that N is greater than 2, a user can simultaneously select N-1 music application icons through multiple fingers, drag the N-1 music application icons to the first area where the target music application icon is located, and determine to receive the second input when the user releases all the fingers, so that a music control is generated in response to the second input, and the music control is used for controlling the music application programs associated with the N music application icons.
In the embodiment of the application, the generation of the composite multifunctional music control for controlling the N music application programs can be quickly triggered by moving the N-1 music application icons to the second input of the first area where the target music application icon is located, and the operation process is simple and convenient for the user to operate.
Optionally, as an implementation: the receiving of the second input of the user to the at least two music application icons may include:
receiving a second input that the user moves the N music application icons to a second area.
Optionally, the second region may be a predetermined region, such as a region at an upper side edge of the display screen, a region at a lower side edge of the display screen, a region at a left side edge of the display screen, a region at a right side edge of the display screen, a region at a center of the display screen, and the like, which is not limited in this embodiment of the application.
For example: the user can select the N music application icons in sequence, the N music application icons are dragged to the second area in sequence, the second input is determined to be received after the user releases the fingers and the preset time is reached, and therefore the music control is generated in response to the second input and is used for controlling the music application programs related to the N music application icons.
For another example: the user can simultaneously select the N music application icons through multiple fingers, drag the N music application icons to the second area at the same time, and determine to receive the second input when the user releases all the fingers, so that a music control is generated in response to the second input, and the music control is used for controlling the music application programs related to the N music application icons.
In the embodiment of the application, through moving the N music application icons to the second input of the second area, the generation of the composite multifunctional music control for controlling the N music application programs can be quickly triggered, and the operation process is simple and convenient for the user to operate.
Optionally, as another implementation: the receiving of the second input of the user to the at least two music application icons may include:
and receiving a second input that the user selects the N application icons in sequence under the condition that the generation mode for generating the music control is activated.
For example: the generation mode for activating the music control may be: the music control is activated by a preset operation of a user on the display screen, or activated by a button which is selected in a setting interface and activates a generation mode of a music control, and the like.
Optionally, in a case where the generation mode for generating the music control is activated, the application icon of which the application type is a music application is in a selectively activated state, for example, other types of application icons cannot be selected except for the application icon of which the music type is selectable, so that the user is aware of the selectable application icon.
In the embodiment of the application, the second input that the user selects the N application icons in sequence is received to generate the operation mode of the music control for controlling the N music application programs under the condition that the generation mode for generating the music control is activated, which is beneficial to reducing the operation difficulty.
Optionally, after the music control is generated, deleting the N music application icons to ensure that a display interface of the display screen is unnecessarily occupied due to low utilization rate of the N music application icons after the music control is generated.
Further, when the music control is deleted or uninstalled, the N music application icons are restored to be displayed, so that it is ensured that the corresponding music application program can be started through the music application icons when the music control is deleted or uninstalled.
Optionally, the display position of the music control in the display interface of the display screen may be fixed, and the specific fixed position may be a default setting of the system, and may be customized by a user, which is not limited in this embodiment of the application. Or the display position of the music control in the display interface of the display screen can also respond to the adjustment input of the user to perform adjustment.
Optionally, before the step of receiving a second input of the at least two music application icons by the user, the method may further include:
displaying prompt information under the condition that at least two music application programs currently exist in the electronic equipment; the prompt information user prompts at least one of the current existence of at least two music application programs in the electronic equipment, the current quantity of the music application programs in the electronic equipment and the operation mode for generating the music control.
Optionally, the method may further include:
receiving a third input from the user selecting a third music application, wherein the third music application is not included in the M music applications;
and responding to the third input, and starting a control function of the music control on the third music application program.
Optionally, as an implementation manner, the step of receiving a third input that the user selects the third music application may include:
and receiving a third input that the user drags the music application icon corresponding to the third music application program to the third area.
As shown in fig. 6, the application icon 5 is a music application icon corresponding to the third music application program, and the user can press and hold the application icon 5 and drag the application icon 5 to the area where the music control 31 is located, as shown by an arrow in fig. 6. Of course, the dragging track may be a straight line or a curved line, and the embodiment of the present application is not limited thereto.
Optionally, the third area may be a preset area, such as an area at an upper side edge of the display screen, an area at a lower side edge of the display screen, an area at a left side edge of the display screen, an area at a right side edge of the display screen, an area at a center of the display screen, and the like, which is not limited in this embodiment of the application. Alternatively, the third area may be an area where the music control is located.
In the embodiment of the application, the music application icon corresponding to the third music application program is dragged to the third input of the third area, so that the operation process is simple and the operation of a user is convenient in the operation mode of the third music application program to be controlled by the music control.
Optionally, as an implementation manner, in the case that the add button is included in the music control, the step of receiving a third input that the user selects the third music application may include:
in a case where a fourth input to the add button by the user is received and the add music application mode is activated in response to the fourth input, a third input is received that the user selects a third music application.
For example: as in the first display state of the music control 21 in fig. 2, M application identifiers 201 may be displayed, the music control may further display an add button 202, receive a click input of the add button 202 from a user, and in response to the click input, display an application display window, where the application display window includes music application identifiers in the electronic device, except for the M music applications, so as to provide for the user to select a third music application by selecting a corresponding music application identifier. Wherein, the music application program identification can be at least one of a music application icon and a music application name.
Another example is: as shown in fig. 3, in the second display state, in the case that the music control 31 does not display the application identifier, a preset input of the user to the state display window 301 may be received, and the identifier display window 303 is called, where the identifier display window 303 may include M application identifiers 304 and may further include an add button 305, as shown in fig. 7. And further, when a user clicks the add button, responding to the click input, and displaying an application display window, wherein the application display window comprises music application program identifications except the M music application programs in the electronic equipment, so that the user can select the corresponding music application program identification to select a third music application program. Wherein, the music application program identification can be at least one of a music application icon and a music application name.
In the embodiment of the application, the music application program to be controlled by the music control can be added through the adding button in the music control, so that the user can flexibly perform custom management on the music application program to be controlled by the music control after the music control is generated, and the complicated operation that the music control needs to be regenerated is avoided.
Optionally, in a case that the music control may include M application identifiers, the step of opening, in response to the third input, a control function of the music control on the third music application program may specifically include:
and responding to the third input, newly adding a third application identifier on the music control, and starting a control function of the music control on the third music application program. Wherein the third application identification is associated with the third music application.
Optionally, in a case that the music control is in the first display state, adding a third application identifier to the music control includes: displaying the third application identification in a music control; under the condition that the music control is in the second display state, adding a third application identifier on the music control comprises: and displaying the third application identification in the unfolded music control.
In the embodiment of the application, the third application identifier associated with the third music application program is added to the music control, so that the music control is controlled to execute the related function of the third music application program by receiving the operation of the user on the third application identifier associated with the third music application program, and the user can directly and quickly operate the music control.
It should be noted that, in the music application control method provided in the embodiment of the present application, the execution main body may be a music application control device, or a control module in the music application control device for executing the music application control method. In the embodiment of the present application, a method for controlling a music application executed by a music application control device is taken as an example, and the music application control device provided in the embodiment of the present application is described.
As shown in fig. 8, an embodiment of the present application provides a music application control apparatus 800, including:
a first receiving module 810, configured to receive a first input of a music control from a user, where the music control is used to control M music applications;
a first response module 820 for controlling the music control to execute a target function of a first music application in response to the first input;
wherein the M music applications include the first music application, M being an integer greater than 1.
Optionally, before receiving the first input, a display mode of the music control is a second display mode, where the second display mode is a preset display mode, or the second display mode is a display mode associated with a second music application, and the second music application is a music application controlled by the music control before receiving the first input;
the apparatus 800 further comprises:
the second response module is used for responding to the first input after the first input of the music control by the user is received, and updating the display mode of the music control to the first display mode;
wherein the first display mode is a display mode associated with the first music application; the first music application is the music application controlled by the music control after receiving the first input; the different display modes correspond to different display parameters of the music control.
Optionally, in a case that the music control includes M application identifiers, the first receiving module 810 includes:
a third receiving unit, configured to receive a first input of a first application identifier of the M application identifiers from a user; wherein the first application identification is associated with the first music application.
Optionally, the music widget includes M application identifiers, where one application identifier is associated with one music application.
Optionally, the first receiving module 810 includes:
a first receiving unit, configured to receive a first input of a first application identifier from among the M application identifiers; wherein the first application identification is associated with the first music application;
the first response module 820 includes:
and the first response unit is used for responding to the first input and controlling the music control to play the target music of the first music application program.
Optionally, the first receiving module 810 includes:
a second receiving unit, configured to receive a first input of a first application identifier of the M application identifiers from a user in a case where the music control plays target music in a second music library of a second music application;
the first response module 820 includes:
a second response unit, configured to control the music control to play the target music in the first music library of the first music application in response to the first input.
Optionally, the apparatus further comprises:
a second receiving module, configured to receive a second input of a second application identifier from the user in the M application identifiers;
and the third response module is used for responding to the second input, deleting the second application identification in the music control and closing the control function of the music control on the second music application program associated with the second application identification.
Optionally, the apparatus 800 further comprises:
a third receiving module, configured to receive a second input of the N music application icons from the user before the receiving the first input of the music control from the user;
a fourth response module, configured to respond to the second input, to obtain preset program data of N music application programs corresponding to the N music application icons;
the generating module is used for generating music controls based on preset program data of the N music application programs; wherein N is an integer greater than 1.
Optionally, the receiving a second input of the at least two music application icons by the user includes at least one of:
a fourth receiving unit, configured to enable a user to move N-1 music application icons to a second input of a first area where a target music application icon is located, where the target music application icon is one of the N music application icons, and the N-1 music application icons are all music application icons except the target music application icon in the N music application icons;
a fifth receiving unit, configured to receive a second input that the user moves the N music application icons to the second area.
Optionally, the apparatus 800 further comprises:
a fourth receiving module, configured to receive a third input that a user selects a third music application, where the third music application is not included in the M music applications;
a fifth response module, configured to respond to the third input, add a third application identifier to the music control, and start a control function of the music control on the third music application program; wherein the third application identification is associated with the third music application.
The device 800 in the embodiment of the present application, by receiving the first input of the user to the music control and responding to the first input, controls the music control to execute the target function of the first music application, realizes that M music applications can be controlled through one music control, and avoids the problem that the user needs to use the functions of different music applications or a music library and is complicated in operation and time-consuming, thereby simplifying the user operation and improving the operation efficiency.
The music application control device in the embodiment of the present application may be a device, or may be a component, an integrated circuit, or a chip in a terminal. The device can be mobile electronic equipment or non-mobile electronic equipment. By way of example, the mobile electronic device may be a mobile phone, a tablet computer, a notebook computer, a palm top computer, a vehicle-mounted electronic device, a wearable device, an ultra-mobile personal computer (UMPC), a netbook or a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), and the like, and the non-mobile electronic device may be a server, a Network Attached Storage (NAS), a Personal Computer (PC), a Television (TV), a teller machine or a self-service machine, and the like, and the embodiments of the present application are not particularly limited.
The music application control device in the embodiment of the present application may be a device having an operating system. The operating system may be an Android (Android) operating system, an ios operating system, or other possible operating systems, and embodiments of the present application are not limited specifically.
The music application program control device provided in the embodiment of the present application can implement each process implemented by the method embodiments of fig. 1 to 7, and is not described herein again to avoid repetition.
Optionally, as shown in fig. 9, an electronic device 900 is further provided in this embodiment of the present application, and includes a processor 901, a memory 902, and a program or an instruction stored in the memory 902 and executable on the processor 901, where the program or the instruction is executed by the processor 901 to implement each process of the above-mentioned music application program control method embodiment, and can achieve the same technical effect, and in order to avoid repetition, details are not repeated here.
It should be noted that the electronic devices in the embodiments of the present application include the mobile electronic devices and the non-mobile electronic devices described above.
Fig. 10 is a schematic diagram of a hardware structure of an electronic device implementing an embodiment of the present application.
The electronic device 1000 includes, but is not limited to: a radio frequency unit 1001, a network module 1002, an audio output unit 1003, an input unit 1004, a sensor 1005, a display unit 1006, a user input unit 1007, an interface unit 1008, a memory 1009, and a processor 1010.
Those skilled in the art will appreciate that the electronic device 1000 may further comprise a power source (e.g., a battery) for supplying power to various components, and the power source may be logically connected to the processor 1010 through a power management system, so as to implement functions of managing charging, discharging, and power consumption through the power management system. The electronic device structure shown in fig. 10 does not constitute a limitation of the electronic device, and the electronic device may include more or less components than those shown, or combine some components, or arrange different components, and thus, the description is not repeated here.
The user input unit 1007 is configured to receive a first input from a user to a music control, where the music control is used to control M music applications;
a processor 1010, configured to control the music control to execute a target function of a first music application in response to the first input; wherein the M music applications include the first music application, M being an integer greater than 1.
Optionally, before receiving the first input, the display mode of the music control is a second display mode, where the second display mode is a preset display mode, or the second display mode is a display mode associated with a second music application program, where the second music application program is a music application program controlled by the music control before receiving the first input; after the user input unit 1007 receives a first input of the music control from the user, the processor 1010 is further configured to update the display mode of the music control to a first display mode in response to the first input; wherein the first display mode is a display mode associated with the first music application; the first music application is the music application controlled by the music control after receiving the first input; the different display modes correspond to different display parameters of the music control.
Optionally, in a case that the music control includes M application identifiers, the user input unit 1007 is configured to receive a first input of a first application identifier in the M application identifiers from a user; wherein the first application identification is associated with the first music application.
Optionally, the music control includes M application identifiers, where one application identifier is associated with one music application.
Optionally, the user input unit 1007 is configured to receive a first input of a first application identifier in the M application identifiers from a user; wherein the first application identification is associated with the first music application;
a processor 1010, configured to control the music control to play the target music of the first music application in response to the first input.
Optionally, the user input unit 1007 is configured to receive a first input of a first application identifier of the M application identifiers from a user when the music control plays the target music in the second music library of the second music application;
a processor 1010, configured to control the music control to play the target music in a first music library of the first music application in response to the first input.
Optionally, the user input unit 1007 is configured to receive a second input of a second application identifier in the M application identifiers from the user;
and the processor 1010 is configured to, in response to the second input, delete the second application identifier in the music control, and close a control function of the music control on a second music application program associated with the second application identifier.
Optionally, a user input unit 1007 for, before receiving a first input to the music control by the user,
receiving a second input of the N music application icons from the user;
a processor 1010, configured to, in response to the second input, obtain preset program data of N music application programs corresponding to the N music application icons; generating a music control based on preset program data of the N music application programs; wherein N is an integer greater than 1.
Optionally, the user input unit 1007, configured to receive a second input of the at least two music application icons from the user, includes at least one of:
receiving a second input that a user moves N-1 music application icons to a first area where a target music application icon is located, wherein the target music application icon is one of the N music application icons, and the N-1 music application icons are all music application icons except the target music application icon in the N music application icons;
receiving a second input that the user moves the N music application icons to a second area.
Optionally, a user input unit 1007 configured to receive a third input that a user selects a third music application, where the third music application is not included in the M music applications;
the processor 1010 is configured to respond to the third input, add a third application identifier to the music control, and start a control function of the music control on the third music application program; wherein the third application identification is associated with the third music application.
The electronic device 1000 in the embodiment of the application controls the music widget to execute the target function of the first music application program by receiving the first input of the user to the music widget and responding to the first input, so that the purpose that M music application programs can be controlled through one music widget is realized, and the problems that the user needs to use functions of different music application programs or a music library and is complex in operation and time-consuming are solved, thereby simplifying the user operation and improving the operation efficiency.
It should be understood that in the embodiment of the present application, the input Unit 1004 may include a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) 10041 and a microphone 10042, and the Graphics Processing Unit 10041 processes image data of still pictures or videos obtained by an image capturing device (such as a camera) in a video capturing mode or an image capturing mode. The display unit 1006 may include a display panel 10061, and the display panel 10061 may be configured in the form of a liquid crystal display, an organic light emitting diode, or the like. The user input unit 1007 includes a touch panel 10071 and other input devices 10072. The touch panel 10071 is also referred to as a touch screen. The touch panel 10071 may include two parts, a touch detection device and a touch controller. Other input devices 10072 may include, but are not limited to, a physical keyboard, function keys (e.g., volume control keys, switch keys, etc.), a trackball, a mouse, and a joystick, which are not described in detail herein. The memory 1009 may be used to store software programs as well as various data, including but not limited to application programs and operating systems. Processor 1010 may integrate an application processor that handles primarily operating systems, user interfaces, applications, etc. and a modem processor that handles primarily wireless communications. It will be appreciated that the modem processor described above may not be integrated into processor 1010.
The embodiment of the present application further provides a readable storage medium, where a program or an instruction is stored on the readable storage medium, and when the program or the instruction is executed by a processor, the program or the instruction implements each process of the above music application program control method embodiment, and can achieve the same technical effect, and in order to avoid repetition, details are not repeated here.
The processor is the processor in the electronic device described in the above embodiment. The readable storage medium includes a computer readable storage medium, such as a Read-Only Memory (ROM), a Random Access Memory (RAM), a magnetic disk or an optical disk, and so on.
The embodiment of the present application further provides a chip, where the chip includes a processor and a communication interface, the communication interface is coupled to the processor, and the processor is configured to run a program or an instruction to implement each process of the above-mentioned music application program control method embodiment, and can achieve the same technical effect, and in order to avoid repetition, the details are not repeated here.
It should be understood that the chips mentioned in the embodiments of the present application may also be referred to as system-on-chip, system-on-chip or system-on-chip, etc.
It should be noted that, in this document, the terms "comprises," "comprising," or any other variation thereof, are intended to cover a non-exclusive inclusion, such that a process, method, article, or apparatus that comprises a list of elements does not include only those elements but may include other elements not expressly listed or inherent to such process, method, article, or apparatus. Without further limitation, an element defined by the phrase "comprising an … …" does not exclude the presence of other like elements in a process, method, article, or apparatus that comprises the element. Further, it should be noted that the scope of the methods and apparatus of the embodiments of the present application is not limited to performing the functions in the order illustrated or discussed, but may include performing the functions in a substantially simultaneous manner or in a reverse order based on the functions involved, e.g., the methods described may be performed in an order different than that described, and various steps may be added, omitted, or combined. In addition, features described with reference to certain examples may be combined in other examples.
Through the above description of the embodiments, those skilled in the art will clearly understand that the method of the above embodiments can be implemented by software plus a necessary general hardware platform, and certainly can also be implemented by hardware, but in many cases, the former is a better implementation manner. Based on such understanding, the technical solutions of the present application may be embodied in the form of a software product, which is stored in a storage medium (such as ROM/RAM, magnetic disk, optical disk) and includes instructions for enabling a terminal (such as a mobile phone, a computer, a server, an air conditioner, or a network device) to execute the method according to the embodiments of the present application.
While the present embodiments have been described with reference to the accompanying drawings, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the precise embodiments described above, which are meant to be illustrative and not restrictive, and that various changes may be made therein by those skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as defined by the appended claims.

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1. A music application control method, comprising:
receiving a first input of a user to a music control, wherein the music control is used for controlling M music application programs;
in response to the first input, controlling the music control to execute a target function of a first music application;
wherein the M music applications include the first music application, M being an integer greater than 1;
the music control comprises M application identifications, and one application identification is associated with one music application program;
the receiving a first input of a music control by a user comprises:
receiving a first input of a user to a first application identifier of the M application identifiers under the condition that the music control plays target music in a second music library of a second music application program; wherein the first application identification is associated with the first music application;
the controlling the music control to perform a target function of a first music application in response to the first input includes:
in response to the first input, controlling the music control to play the target music in a first music library of the first music application.
2. The music application control method according to claim 1, wherein, prior to receiving the first input, the display mode of the music control is a second display mode, the second display mode is a preset display mode, or the second display mode is a display mode associated with a second music application; the second music application is the music application controlled by the music control prior to receiving the first input;
after receiving the first input of the user to the music control, the method further includes:
updating a display mode of the music control to a first display mode in response to the first input;
wherein the first display mode is a display mode associated with the first music application; the first music application is the music application controlled by the music control after receiving the first input; the different display modes correspond to different display parameters of the music control.
3. The music application control method of claim 1, wherein receiving a user input to the music control further comprises:
receiving a first input of a user to a first application identifier in the M application identifiers; wherein the first application identification is associated with the first music application;
the controlling the music control to perform a target function of a first music application in response to the first input, further comprising:
and responding to the first input, and controlling the music control to play the target music of the first music application program.
4. The music application control method according to claim 1, wherein the method further comprises:
receiving a second input of a user to a second application identifier in the M application identifiers;
and responding to the second input, deleting the second application identification in the music control, and closing the control function of the music control on a second music application program associated with the second application identification.
5. The music application program control method according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein before receiving the first input of the music control by the user, further comprising:
receiving a second input of the N music application icons from the user;
responding to the second input, and acquiring preset program data of N music application programs corresponding to the N music application icons;
generating a music control based on preset program data of the N music application programs;
wherein N is an integer greater than 1.
6. The music application control method of claim 5, wherein the receiving a second user input of N music application icons comprises at least one of:
receiving a second input that a user moves N-1 music application icons to a first area where a target music application icon is located, wherein the target music application icon is one of the N music application icons, and the N-1 music application icons are all music application icons except the target music application icon in the N music application icons;
receiving a second input that the user moves the N music application icons to a second area.
7. The music application control method according to claim 1, wherein the method further comprises:
receiving a third input from the user selecting a third music application, wherein the third music application is not included in the M music applications;
responding to the third input, newly adding a third application identifier on the music control, and starting a control function of the music control on the third music application program; wherein the third application identification is associated with the third music application.
8. A music application control apparatus, comprising:
the device comprises a first receiving module, a first control module and a second receiving module, wherein the first receiving module is used for receiving a first input of a user to a music control, and the music control is used for controlling M music application programs;
a first response module for controlling the music control to execute a target function of a first music application in response to the first input;
wherein the M music applications include the first music application, M being an integer greater than 1;
the music control comprises M application identifications, wherein one application identification is associated with one music application program;
the first receiving module includes:
a second receiving unit, configured to receive a first input of a first application identifier of the M application identifiers from a user in a case where the music control plays target music in a second music library of a second music application; wherein the first application identification is associated with the first music application;
the first response module comprises:
a second response unit, configured to control the music control to play the target music in the first music library of the first music application in response to the first input.
9. The music application control device according to claim 8, wherein the first receiving module further comprises:
a first receiving unit, configured to receive a first input of a first application identifier from among the M application identifiers; wherein the first application identification is associated with the first music application;
the first response module further comprises:
and the first response unit is used for responding to the first input and controlling the music control to play the target music of the first music application program.
10. An electronic device comprising a processor, a memory and a program or instructions stored on the memory and executable on the processor, the program or instructions when executed by the processor implementing the steps of the music application control method according to any one of claims 1 to 7.
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