Do things with your mu­sic

Mac Format - - APPLE MUSIC -

1 You can add items to the end of the play­back queue, called Up Next, or in­sert one to play straight af­ter the cur­rent track.

2 Sta­tions can be started from tracks, al­bums or artists. They play mu­sic from Ap­ple’s li­brary, and they’re good for hear­ing new things that suit your mood.

3 A track can be used to start a Ge­nius Playlist of mu­sic of a sim­i­lar vibe from your own li­brary.

4 Even with an ac­tive Ap­ple Mu­sic sub­scrip­tion, you might still want to buy mu­sic to keep, or just to trans­fer from your Mac to another de­vice that plays AAC files.

5 Share a link to an item to so­cial net­works and by meth­ods such as email and Air­Drop.

6 You can add items to ex­ist­ing playlists, but you’ll first need to go to the Playlists view if you want to start a new one.

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