What if I don’t want Ap­ple Mu­sic?

Mac Format - - APPLE MUSIC -

You can hide the ma­jor­ity of Ap­ple Mu­sic’s fea­tures. First of all, go to Set­tings > Mu­sic on iOS, or iTunes > Pref­er­ences > Gen­eral on a Mac. Turn off Show Ap­ple Mu­sic here to hide the New and For You pages. This also moves playlists to the bot­tom bar on iOS, rather than them be­ing tucked into a tab within the My Mu­sic page.

Con­nect is dis­abled sep­a­rately be­cause you might still want to see artists’ up­dates. If not, go to Set­tings > Gen­eral > Re­stric­tions on iOS and turn off Ap­ple Mu­sic Con­nect, or iTunes > Pref­er­ences > Parental on a Mac and dis­able the fea­ture there.

You’re still left with the Ra­dio tab be­cause you can lis­ten to Beats 1 even with­out a sub­scrip­tion. How­ever, the other ra­dio fea­tures – other cu­rated sta­tions and the abil­ity to cre­ate per­son­alised sta­tions us­ing an artist or a track as an in­di­ca­tion of what you want to hear – re­quire a sub­scrip­tion in most coun­tries (http://ap­ple.co/1GstJTP).

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