How to add downloaded music to apple music2 min readReading Time: < 1 minutes
Apple Music is a music streaming service developed by Apple Inc. It was announced on June 8, 2015, and launched on June 30, 2015, in over 100 countries worldwide. Apple Music allows users to listen to unlimited music on their devices, and also includes a "Radio" feature which allows users to listen to pre-made playlists curated by Apple and other artists.
One downside of Apple Music, compared to other music streaming services such as Spotify, is that it does not allow users to upload their own music library to the service. However, there are a few ways to work around this. In this article, we will show you how to add your downloaded music to Apple Music.
The first way is to use the Apple Music app on your iPhone or iPad. Open the app, and tap on the "For You" tab. Scroll down and tap on "Add Music". Tap on "Add Files" and then select the music files you want to add.
The second way is to use the iTunes desktop app. Open iTunes, and select the "File" menu. Select "Add File to Library" and then select the music files you want to add.
The third way is to use the iCloud Music Library. This method only works if you have an iCloud account and are subscribed to Apple Music. Open the "Settings" app on your iPhone or iPad, and select "Music". Scroll down and turn on "iCloud Music Library".
Once you have enabled iCloud Music Library, any music that you add to your iTunes library will automatically be added to your iCloud Music Library. You can then access your iCloud Music Library from the "iCloud" tab in the "Settings" app.
We hope this article has helped you learn how to add your downloaded music to Apple Music.