Listen to your favorite music, discover new songs and play your music library on all devices using the Apple Music app.
You can use the Apple Music app on iPhone or iPod touch with the latest iOS, an iPad with the latest iPadOS, a Mac with the latest macOS, or an Apple TV with the latest tvOS. On your Android device, download the Apple Music app.
Apple Music App Features
Navigation through the Apple Music app is organized as follows.
- On an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Android device: Use the tabs at the bottom of the screen.
- On a Mac: Use the sidebar.
- On Apple TV: Use the tabs at the top of the screen.
Find all the music added from Apple Music and music from other devices. Browse music purchased from the iTunes Store and songs imported from CDs and other services. And besides, find music downloaded to your device to listen to it without connecting to a network.
If you subscribe to Apple Music, you’ll be able to browse music recommendations and playlists based on your preferences. You can also watch the latest music you listen to and watch what your friends are listening to. To play back a selection of your most-listened songs, artists, and albums over the past year, use the Replay feature in the Apple Music app.
If you subscribe to Apple Music, you can browse music news, as well as the most popular songs and video clips. In addition, you can watch video clips and their collections. You can add and upload any of these materials to your library.
Listen to Beats 1, an international live broadcast curated by the stars of the world of music. Or tune in to waves of local radio stations from around the world. Learn more about radio in Apple Music.
Use the search to find songs, albums, artists, playlists, lyrics, and more. Quickly switch between your music library search and the Apple Music catalog. It also displays recent searches and popular content.
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Controlling music on the Now Playing screen
On the “Running” screen, you can control the volume and playback of the music you are listening to. In addition, on the “Running” screen, you can enable shuffle or repeat, view the lyrics, and find and organize the “Next” queue.
Follow these steps to open the Running screen.
- On your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Android device: Launch a song, and then tap it at the bottom of the screen to open the Now Playing screen and control playback.
- On an Apple TV device: The Runtime screen is located at the top of the screen.
- On a Mac: Use the controls in the navigation bar at the top of the window.
ways to control playback
- Ask Siri to play or control music.
- Control the audio that is playing from the lock screen and Control Center on your iOS device.
- With AirPlay 2, you can play music on various speakers available in your home, or play different tracks in different rooms.
- Control your music library or listen to Apple Music on your Apple Watch.
- Play music, podcasts, and audio books in your car with your iPhone.
On iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, select Settings > “Music”. Here you can change the following settings.
- Library Sync: If you are subscribed to Apple Music or iTunes Match, turn on Library Sync to access your library on all your devices.
- Cellular data: Turn this setting on to stream music in the Apple Music app on your iPhone or iPad when connected to the Internet through a cellular data network.
- Downloaded music: manage content downloaded to your device.
You can also create an Apple Music profile so that your friends keep track of what you’re listening to. Just go to the “For You” section and click. Already have an Apple Music profile? Click your name, then select “Change” or “View” to go to account management.
- You can create playlists from songs. If you have an Apple Music subscription, you can share your playlists with your friends on Apple Music.
- You can manage your Apple Music subscription on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple TV or Android device, or in iTunes for Windows on a Windows computer.
Apple Music features may vary by country or region. Learn more about what’s available in your country or region.
Apple Music may only be used for personal, non-commercial purposes. Read the full terms and conditions.
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