Apple continues to roll out its universal software updates to all iPhones, iPod Touch and iPads in order to fix some bugs and improve the performance.

In the latest iOS 8.4.1 update rolled out to iDevices on Friday, Apple has finally patched up the bugs found in its Apple Music service. In addition, the software update fixes the bug that prevented iCloud Music Library from turning on. This incremental update will come in handy for iPod Touch users as well as other iDevices used for music streaming.

According to the entire changelog, iOS 8.4.1 fixes an issue where the newly-added music is hidden due to Apple Music's setup to show offline tracks only, NDTV reports. Also, the report adds that an issue with albums showing different artwork on other devices has been resolved. If you are looking to add songs to a new playlist, iOS 8.4.1 brings an option to create one.

It's also worth noting that a series of issues for artists while posting to Connect has been resolved along with Love feature while listening to Beats 1.

iOS 8.4.1 is a tiny update and weighs 56.6MB. Still, it is advisable to connect to a Wi-Fi network if you are on a limited data plan. To update your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad right away, go to Settings > General > Software update or connect to iTunes and update from your PC.

Apple is currently testing the next major update, iOS 9, to be released alongside new iPhones next month. The company launched iOS9 beta in July for registered developers. If you choose to get a bug-free version of the new software, wait until Apple rolls out the stable public version next month.