There have been changes in Apple’s music service lately and it is important that you know how to use the Apple Music service on your iPhone and other devices. That is exactly what we aim to teach you with the below guide.
If you have been following the Apple news lately, you have likely heard the company making changes to its iTunes app. The app that helped millions of users organize their media libraries is now going to get broken down into three independent services. These are namely Apple Music, Apple Podcast, and Apple TV.
Today, you are going to learn more about the music service like what Apple Music is, how you go about using the service on all of your devices, and how exactly it works.
Apple Music is Apple’s subscription-based music streaming service that allows you to listen to a number of music tracks on all of your compatible devices on the go. It is more like Spotify but works on more devices and lets you enjoy your music anywhere and anytime you want.
Now that you know what Apple Music is, you may be interested in finding out how you can use it on your device. The service currently supports a number of devices and yours should usually be covered if you use a popular device.
The following sections show you how to use Apple Music on various compatible devices.
If you would like to enjoy the Apple Music service on your iPhone, all you basically need to do is launch an app and you are good to go. You need to make sure you are running the latest version of iOS, though.
From the springboard of your iPhone, tap on the app that says Music and the app will launch. Choose your subscription in the app and you are all set to start listening to your favorite music tracks on your iPhone.
Using Apple Music on your iPad is as easy as using the service on your iPhone.
Unlock the screen of your iPad by entering your passcode and launch the Music app. When it opens, select your subscription and you should be able to listen to your favorite music tracks available on Apple Music.
Since Macs do not have the Music app installed on them, you will need to use the iTunes app to access Apple Music on your Mac machine.
It is simple to do it, though. Get the latest version of the iTunes app installed on your Mac, launch the app, and click on For You at the top. You should now be able to view your Apple Music tracks on your screen.
Since iTunes works mostly the same way on your Windows PC as it does on a Mac, you can follow the same steps to access Apple Music in iTunes for Windows.
Launch the app, click on For You at the top, and you will be able to access your Apple Music subscription on your Windows PC.
If you have an Apple TV, you can access your Apple Music subscription on your TV as well thanks to the Cupertino based company bringing the Music app to your TV.
To enable Apple Music on your TV, head to Settings > Apps > Music on your TV and turn on the iCloud Music Library option. When the option is enabled, you will find your Apple Music tracks on your Apple TV.
If you have a device that does not belong to the Apple ecosystem, say an Android device, you can still access the music streaming service on your device. Apple has developed an app to help you access your favorite music tracks on your Android device.
Head over to the Google Play Store and download and install the Apple Music app on your device. When the app is installed, log-in using your Apple account and you will have access to your music tracks.
Apple Watch also supports the Apple Music service and you can access it on your Watch with a few easy steps.
On your Watch, open the Music app and tap on Library. It will display your Apple Music tracks as well. You may also use Siri to get access to Apple Music on your Watch.
As long as you have your Apple account linked to your HomePod, you can ask the HomePod to play a song and it will find and play it from the Apple Music library.
Try asking “play [song-name]” and it will play the song from Apple Music for you.
If you have purchased an Apple Music subscription and you are not sure how to use it on all of your devices, you should now know how to do it thanks to the above guide.
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