Apple Music

How to listen to Apple Music Lossless Audio

Apple Music saw plenty of new features added to it in the last month. If you're a an Apple Music subscriber, you can now listen to music that supports Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos, and Lossless Audio. Apple has promised that almost all of its music collection will eventually be available in Lossless format. The support for this new codec will enable audio tracks to sound exactly like how they were created in the studio.

How to listen to Dolby Atmos music on Apple devices

Last month, Apple rolled out Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos for Apple Music, and it works on most Apple devices. Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos offers a surround-sound audio experience when listening to music on Apple Music. The feature will work on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV 4K. You can also play Spatial Audio on the HomePod, but via the Apple TV 4K. As of now, over 20 million tracks support Spatial Audio, and more will be added by the end of this year.

How to share Apple Music playlists on Mac

Share a Playlist in Mac Messages

Sharing a Music playlist full of tunes is a great way to share your love of music or favorite songs with friends and family. You can easily share an Apple Music playlist from iPhone and iPad or a Spotify playlist from iOS and Mac. So here we’ll show you how to share a playlist from the Music app on your Mac.

How to import and export playlists in Music on Mac

Import Music Playlist on a MacBook

If you use more than one music service or simply want to back up one of your playlists, the Music app on Mac can accommodate you. While there are additional tools and other methods, you do have the ability to pull in a playlist you saved from another location or save a current Music playlist as a backup or to import to a different service.

Here, we’ll show you how to easily import and export playlists in the Music app on Mac.

How to watch Apple Music TV on all your devices

Watch Live Apple Music TV on iPhone

Go back to the days of MTV and check out Apple Music TV. Launched on October 19, 2020, the new service offers everything music all day, every day. From music videos to interviews to events, you can catch up on what’s trending in the music world.

No matter which Apple devices you own (or don’t) you can watch Apple Music TV from anywhere, anytime, here’s how.

How to use Genius Playlist and Shuffle in Music on Mac

Genius Playlist and Shuffle in Music on Mac

Genius isn’t a new feature in the Apple Music app. But if you’re new to Music or just picked up your first Apple device, Genius is new to you.

This handy feature helps you discover songs in your music library. You can create a Genius Playlist which compiles tunes that go well together for a fantastic mix. Or you can use the Genius Shuffle feature which simply plays songs that sound good together based on the tune you pick.

The Genius Playlist and Shuffle features give you a nice and easy way to hear your music assembled just for you. Here’s how to use Genius in the Music app on Mac.

How to use Apple Music for your alarm sound on HomePod

Apple Music as HomePod Alarm Sound

As a HomePod owner and Apple Music lover, you may have noticed a missing feature when setting an alarm on your smart speaker. Before iOS 14.1, you were stuck with the default alarm tone. But with that update to iPhone and HomePod, you can enjoy your favorite tune as the sound for your alarm.

Whether you set an alarm to wake you up in the morning, let you know when dinner is ready, or that it’s time to tackle a chore, you can hear it with a chosen song instead of a boring sound. Here’s how to use Apple Music for alarms on HomePod.

How to manage 5G cellular data consumption on your iPhone

Apple allows you to control whether things like iOS software updates or TV shows and movies should take full advantage of 5G cellular data on the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Follow along with us as we show you how to control whether FaceTime, TV, Music and third-party apps should use more cellular data for enhanced experiences or reduce their cellular data consumption.

Guide: How to use the Apple Music app on Apple TV

Apple Music Search Categories on Apple TV

Maybe you just bought your first Apple TV or perhaps you’ve only used it for shows and games. The Music app on Apple TV works very much like it does on your other devices. You can discover something new, manage your library, and search for a particular song, album, or artist.

Don’t take the Apple Music app on your Apple TV for granted. Use it for background music as you work or pump up the volume for a get-together with this guide to using Music on Apple TV.

How to filter your library in the Music app on iPhone and iPad

Filter Your Music Library on iPhone

If you have hundreds or thousands of songs in your Music library, it can be tough to find what you need. And although the Music app has had a Search feature, iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 brought improvements to that tool.

When you search your library, you no longer have to scroll to see your search results in artists, albums, and songs. With handy filters, you can jump to the category you want to find what you need. Here’s how to filter your library in the Music app on iPhone and iPad.